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Medical Industry Feature: Looking at Spondyloarthritis from an Ophthalmologic Perspective

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Looking at Spondyloarthritis from an Ophthalmologic Perspective

Looking at Spondyloarthritis from an Ophthalmologic Perspective
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Since spondyloarthritis and uveitis often occur together, how can ophthalmologists work with rheumatologists to co-manage these patients?

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    Did you know that more than 20 percent of patients with spondyloarthritis experience at least one episode of uveitis? Or that nearly half of patients with uveitis may also have undiagnosed spondyloarthritis? That’s why co-managed care is so important for these patients, as rheumatologist Dr. Sergio Schwartzman and ophthalmologist Dr. Jennifer Thorne explain.

    This activity is intended for United States and Puerto Rico health care professionals only.

Programs 10/30/20