rheumatology
Psoriatic arthritis

Gut microbiome may play a role in psoriatic arthritis: case study  


A woman with psoriatic arthritis has achieved sustained remission of her rheumatic symptoms after receiving a fecal microbiota transplantation for Clostridium difficile infection, a case study from South Australia reports. The 59 year old presented to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, South Australia, with severe diarrhoea having recently completed a course of orally administered clindamycin for ...

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