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Psoriatic arthritis and genetic factors: HLA and TNF polymorphisms
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True or False. PsA can be considered an immune-mediated disease caused by the dysregulation of the innate and adaptive immune system, leading to skin and joint damage.

True

False

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Psoriatic arthritis

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