Psoriatic Arthritis of the Hands

Psoriatic arthritis is a type of arthritis that causes joint pain, swelling, and stiffness in people with psoriasis.

People with Psoriatic arthritis can experience swelling and deformities in their extremities, such as their hands and feet before having significant joint symptoms.

In this video a patient shows how he can mold his swollen hands. His fingers are deformed and his nails are falling off. © 2014 - All videos published on MedVideos are the property of their respective authors or publisher.