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SEM of psoriatic arthritis in knee joint

SEM of psoriatic arthritis in knee joint

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DR GILBERT FAURE / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY DR GILBERT FAURE / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of psoriatic arthritis in the synovial membrane lining the knee joint & showing cellular evidence of the disease: tongue-like microvilli covered with synovial cells. Psoriatic arthritis occurs in a small minority of patients suffering from psoriasis, a chronic skin disease in which itchy, scaly red patches develop on the elbows, forearms, knees, scalp & other areas of the body. The cause of psoriasis, like arthritis, is unknown. Magnification: X 70 for 35mm size.

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