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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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Austin Stack commended PharmEvo for its efforts to create awareness about Hyperuricaemia and Gout among the healthcare professionals.
Protodioscin ameliorated dyslipidaemia, insulin resistance, hyperleptinemia and hyperuricaemia in high fructose fed mice
Cigarette smokers have a risk of hyperuricaemia univariate two times higher than in non-smokers.
The findings of this study are fully supported by the results of a recent study in which hyperuricaemia was observed at 24 hours after treatment with both low and high dosages of diclofenac in oriental white-backed vultures [Gyps bengalensis] (Oaks et al.
Hyperuricaemia or elevated serum uric acid level is a biochemical entity that is not only a cardiovascular risk factor but also plays a role in renal and metabolic diseases8.
Gout is characterised by the deposition of monosodium urate (MSU) crystals in peripheral and occasionally axial joints and occurs as a result of hyperuricaemia or high levels of serum uric acid.
Hyperuricaemia or elevated serum uric acid level (SUA) is a biochemical entity that is gaining increasing importance as it has been found by some researchers to be not only a cardiovascular risk factor but also play a role in the development of renal and metabolic diseases.
First proposed by Swedish physician Kylin in 1923, the metabolic syndrome was observed to involve three major conditions: hypertension, hyperglycaemia and hyperuricaemia (Isomaa et al.
Dehydration, infections, analgesics, hypercalcaemia, and hyperuricaemia increase tubular cast formation.
These fast released metabolites can blemish the body's normal homeostatic mechanism and cause uraemia, hyperuricaemia, hyperkalaemia and hyperphosphaetemia.
Febuxostata new treatment for hyperuricaemia in gout--a review article.