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Consensus on a core set of domains for psoriatic arthritis

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Gladman, DD and Ritchlin, CT and Taylor, W and Adebajo, A and Braun, J and Cauli, A and Carneiro, S and Choy, E and Dijkmans, B and Espinoza, L and van der Heijde, D and Mease, PJ and Husni, E and Lubrano, E and McGonagle, D and Qureshi, A and Soriano, ER and Zochling, J and Strand, V and Healy, P and Helliwell, PS and Fitzgerald, O and Gottlieb, AB and Krueger, GG and Nash, P (2007) Consensus on a core set of domains for psoriatic arthritis. Journal of Rheumatology, 34 (5). pp. 1167-1170. ISSN 0315-162x

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Abstract

A psoriatic arthritis (PsA) module was convened at OMERACT 8 in order to achieve consensus on the
core domains that should be included in randomized controlled trials and longitudinal observational
cohorts of subjects with PsA. Following a plenary session at which current status of measures used to
assess PsA were reviewed, and discussion at breakout groups, the group achieved consensus on 6 core
domains: peripheral joint activity, skin activity, pain, patient global assessment, physical function, and
health-related quality of life. In addition the following domains were considered important but not
mandatory: spinal disease, dactylitis, enthesitis, fatigue, nail disease, radiography, physician global
assessment, and acute-phase reactants. A research agenda was proposed to include development and
validation of instruments for the domains where none existed, and in particular further research was recommended
for the following areas: magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound of joints, enthesitis,
skin and synovial tissue analysis, and “participation.”

Item Type: Article
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Rheumatology
Publisher: Journal of Rheumatology Publishing Co. Ltd.
Page Range: pp. 1167-1170
ISSN: 0315-162x
Date Deposited: 07 Apr 2008 14:36
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 03:35
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