Psoriatic Arthritis and Burden of Disease: Patient Perspectives from the Population-Based Multinational Assessment of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis (MAPP) Survey
- Rheumatology and Therapy
Authors: Arthur Kavanaugh, Philip Helliwell, Christopher T. Ritchlin
Publisher: Springer Healthcare
Do you have pain or soreness in any of your joints?
How many joints are affected?
Where (body location) is the joint pain (or soreness) most bothersome?
Do you have “sausage” digits (pain or swelling of an entire finger[s])?
Do you have pain or swelling of the heel?
On a scale of 1–10, where “1” is “very mild” and “10” is “very severe,” how would you rate the severity of your (psoriasis/psoriatic arthritis) at its WORST?
What is the MOST important factor which contributes to the severity of your disease?
At this moment, are you able to
Dress yourself, including tying shoelaces and doing buttons?
Get in and out of bed?
Lift a full cup or glass to your mouth?
Walk outdoors on flat ground?
Wash and dry your entire body?
Bend down to pick up clothing from the floor?
Turn faucets on and off?
Get in and out of the car?
Patients and Disease History
N = 712
Male, n (%)
Body mass index (kg/m2), n (%)
Co-morbidities, n (%)