Psoriatic arthritis is a joint disease which is associated with skin disorder called psoriasis. Redness, scaly eruptions, thick and pitted fingernails are symptoms of Psoriatic arthritis .
Consumerhealthdigest.com has shared an informative infographic which depicts "5 Most Common Symptoms of Psoriatic Arthritis" - such as Joint pain, Stiffness, Swelling , Fever and Rashes.
Usually 30% of people develop psoriatic arthritis. There isn't any specific test to find it. Doctors use Medical history, physical examination, blood tests, X-rays of the joints that have symptoms. Psoriatic arthritis can develop slowly or quickly, the other symptoms of Psoriatic arthritis are Tenderness, swoolen fingers and toes, reddened patches conjunctivitis etc.