hyperuricemic

hy·per·u·ri·ce·mic

(hī'pĕr-yū'ri-sē'mik),
Relating to or characterized by hyperuricemia.

hy·per·u·ri·ce·mic

(hī'pĕr-yūr'i-sē'mik)
Relating to or characterized by hyperuricemia.
Synonym(s): hyperuricaemic.
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Hypouricemic effect and regulatory effects on autonomic function of Shao-Yao Gan-Cao Tang, a Chinese herbal prescription, in asymptomatic hyperuricemic vegetarians.
Nevertheless, the data presented provide important information for the discovery of new natural XOI from medicinal plants, and the findings is encouraging to plan clinical studies in hyperuricemic patients.
The findings demonstrate the positive health effects of a MeDiet in older adults: Rates of reversion were higher among hyperuricemic participants at baseline who had greater adherence to the MeDiet.
By the end of the study, both the control and the untreated hyperuricemic groups experienced no significant change in eGFR.
adults are hyperuricemic as defined by a serum uric acid in excess of 6.
A study from Britain described 158 subjects with a dominantly inherited disorder known as familial juvenile hyperuricemic nephropathy (Nucleosides Nucleotides Nucleic Acids 2006;25:1071-5).
2% were hyperuricemic at onset of acute peripheral arthritis, and 93.
It effectively lowers the level of uric acid in the blood of hyperuricemic patients to the recommended level of less than 6.
The concentrations in allopurinol-treated patients were similar to those in untreated patients, but both treated and untreated gout patients had lower uric acid and higher hypoxanthine and xanthine concentrations than did allopurinol-treated hyperuricemic patients, The differences in hypoxanthine and xanthine concentrations in gout patients compared with patients with asymptomatic hyperuricemia were not as large in treated as in untreated patients.