gouty


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gou·ty

(gow'tē),
Relating to or characteristic of gout.

gouty

[gou′tē]
Etymology: L, gutta, drop
pertaining to or resembling the condition of gout.

gou·ty

(gow'tē)
Relating to or characteristic of gout.

gouty

(gowt′ē)
Of the nature of or rel. to gout.
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The initial onset of gouty arthritis is often in the first metatarsophalangeal joint, ankle, midfoot, or knee.
Painful bipartite patella secondary to a gouty tophus was first reported by Hiroyuki Enomoto in 2006.
The patient reported experiencing an acute gouty attack of his left great toe 2 weeks prior, coinciding with the onset of his knee pain.
11 Carpal tunnel syndrome was associated with gouty tenosynovitis, and cubital tunnel syndrome and with epitrochlear deposition.
Chronic gouty diseases clinically or radiologically evident joint erosions.
This study aimed to investigate NOD2/CARD15 gene mutations in patients with gouty arthritis and to determine any possible correlation between the NOD2/CARD15 gene mutations and susceptibility to the disease, severity, and symptoms of the disease.
However, as our gouty person suggests, that's not the right way to look at it.
The disease has four stages: asymptomatic hyperuricemia, acute gouty arthritis, polyarticular gouty arthritis (Chronic, long-standing disease] and chronic tophaceous gout (soft tissue accumulation of sodium monourate].
Gouty arthritis, for example, is better managed with a restrictive diet low in uric acid.
Continuing thiazide therapy and, if necessary, adjusting hypouricemic therapy will not worsen the control of the serum urate level or gouty arthritis, and in most patients will not complicate the management of gout.