Gut-joint connection promising in psoriatic arthritis

 Your gut flora is so increadibly important to your health.

Mounting circumstantial evidence points to perturbation of bacterial communities in the gut and skin as important environmental triggers for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. A distinctive pattern of alterations in the skin micro biota, termed bacterial “cutaneotypes,” has recently been documented in lesion and uninvolved skin of psoriasis patients. Similarly, psoriatic arthritis patients show decreased diversity of…


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