Background: Psoriatic disease (PsD) is a complex systemic disorder with cutaneous and musculoskeletal (MSK) manifestations. Current evidence on pharmacological interventions –effective Across-The-Spectrum-Of-Clinical-Manifestations (ATSOCM) of early, systemic treatment-naïve PsD- is limited. This review aims to appraise such evidence.
Methods: This systematic review examined seven Patient-Intervention-Comparator-Outcome (PICO) research questions... Expand abstract
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Systematic literature review of non-topical treatments for early, untreated (systemic therapy naïve) psoriatic disease: a GRAPPA initiative
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