hyperuricosuria


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hyperuricosuria

 [hi″per-u″rĭ-ko-su´re-ah]
an excess of uric acid or urates in the urine; called also hyperuricuria and uricosuria.

hyperuricosuria

/hy·per·u·ri·co·su·ria/ (-u″rĭ-ko-su´re-ah) uricosuria; an excess of urates or uric acid in the urine.

hyperuricosuria

[hi′peru′rĭkosu′re·ä or re·ə]
an excess of uric acid or urates in the urine. Also called hyperuricuria, uricosuria.

hyperuricosuria

an excess of uric acid in the urine.
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From all patients, a 24-hour urine sample was collected under strict aseptic condition in a graduated jar and was sent to hospital laboratory to identify common metabolic abnormalities of the urinary tract (hypercalciuria, hyperoxaluria, hyperuricosuria and hypocitraturia).
In a study by Kirac M et al4 the prevalence of hyperuricosuria was 14.
Hypernatriuria was defined as a urinary sodium level greater than 220 mmol/day, hyperuricosuria was defined as a urinary urate level greater than 750 mg/day and hypocitraturia was defined as a urinary citrate level less than 350 mg/day.
Hyperuricosuria is characterized by the excretion of high levels of uric acid leading to urate stone formation.
The drug allopurinol may also be useful in some cases of hypercalciuria and hyperuricosuria.
7%) from 710 patients, hypercalciuria with hyperuricosuria in 284 (36%) from 780 patients.
Allopurinol is effective for some cases of hypercalciuria and hyperuricosuria.
They should restrict dietary purine, if they have hyperuricosuria.
It is well-known that hyperuricosuria leads to elevated levels of monosodium urate which promotes calcium oxalate stones.
He advises patients with hyperuricosuria to reduce their intake of red meat protein, but if uric acid is still elevated on a repeat 24-hour urine, he may consider prescribing allopurinol to prevent stones from recurring.
Uric acid stone formers with a history of gout or documented hyperuricosuria refractory to dietary intervention may benefit from treatment with allopurinol (100 to 300 mg daily).
Patients on thiazide therapy should be monitored for hypokalemia, hypocitraturia, and hyperuricosuria, said Dr.