secondary gout

sec·on·dar·y gout

gout resulting from increased serum uric acid levels as a result of an antecedent disease, such as a proliferative disease of the blood and bone marrow, lead poisoning, or prolonged chronic renal failure (on dialysis).

sec·on·dar·y gout

(sek'ŏn-dar-ē gowt)
Gout resulting from increased serum uric acid levels as a result of an antecedent disease, such as a proliferative disease of the blood and bone marrow, lead poisoning, or prolonged chronic renal failure (on dialysis).
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Since no underlying disease can be identified in the majority of cases, secondary gout is quite rare (13).
Primary gout is caused by an increase in uric acid production, while secondary gout is caused by either a decrease in urinary uric acid excretion or an overproduction of purine secondary to increased cell turnover (e.
Allopurinol is indicated in the management of patients with signs and symptoms of primary or secondary gout, the management of patients with leukemia, lymphoma and malignancies who are receiving cancer therapy which causes elevations of serum and urinary uric acid levels, the management of patients with recurrent calcium oxalate calculi whose daily uric acid excretion are elevated.