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hyperuricemia

[¦hī·pər‚yu̇r·ə′sē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Abnormally high level of uric acid in the blood. Also known as lithemia.
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High fructose results in hyperuricaemia via the fructose phosphokinase shunt.
Fatal allopurinol hypersensitivity syndrome after treatment of asymptomatic hyperuricaemia.
He had features of metabolic syndrome (hypertensive, impaired fasting glucose, increased abdominal girth, increased triglyceride level), with hyperuricaemia.
The untoward effects are hypokalaemia, hypomagnesemia, hyperglycaemia, and hyperuricaemia.
Relative risk Relative risk 2-3 Relative risk 1-2 greater than 3 Type 2 diabetes Coronary heart Cancer disease Gall bladder disease Hypertension Reproductive hormone abnormalities Dyslipidemia Osteoarthritis Polycystic ovary syndrome (knees) Insulin resistance Hyperuricaemia Impaired fertility and gout Breathlessness Low back pain Sleep apnoea Increased risk of anaesthesia complications Fetal defects (associated with maternal obesity) Table II: Number of new food industry product launches in the last 5 years with glycaemic, weight management, satiety, added fibre, no/low/reduced calorie and no/low/ reduced sugar claims included on the packaging.
Hyperuricaemia and visceral gout induced by allopurinol in red-tailed hawks (Buteo jamaicensis).
The consumption of alcohol causes hyperuricaemia (an increased production of uric acid in the blood) which once deposited in a person's joints can lead to gout.
Drinking alcohol causes hyperuricaemia - an increased production of uric acid in the blood - which, once it reaches joints such as the toe, causes gout, which can range from mild discomfort to agonising pain and immobility.
He has hypertension, hyperinsulinaemia, hyperuricaemia and osteoarthritis.
The transaction may undervalue Ardea as the Company's key product "lesunirad" is currently in a phase III development as a potential drug for chronic management of hyperuricaemia.