Features of Pain Syndrome and Psychoemotional State in Patients with Psoriatic Arthritis Depending on Whether They Have Symptoms of Autonomic Dysfunction

I.I. Blaginina

Abstract


According to the study results, patients with psoriatic arthritis, who have signs of autonomic nervous system dysfunction, are characterized by a higher intensity of pain syndrome manifestations (both due to sensory and affective component of pain) than in those without vegetative dysfunction. The correlation analysis shows the interrelation of chronic pain syndrome and anxiety and depressive disorders in patients with psoriatic arthritis and symptoms of autonomic disorders.


Keywords


psoriatic arthritis; autonomic nervous system dysfunction; pain syndrome; anxiety and depressive disorders

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-1507.1-2.13-14.2014.80062

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