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  1. Atypical Presentation of Gout: A Case Report

    In fact, 5% of those who develop gout, have uric acid levels above 9 mg/dL . In a study done in 2009, 339 patients who presented with acute gout, 14% had serum uric acid levels ≤6 mg/dL, and 18% had levels between 6 mg/dL and 8 mg/dL . The later presentation usually involves nephrolithiasis and tophi, as well as recurrent episodes of acute ...

  2. Gout Case Study

    In this gout case study, a 66-year-old female has a past medical history of diabetes, neuropathy, depression, migraines, insomnia, gout, and hypertension. She has numerous complaints. Her gout has not been in good control as she is requiring significant indomethacin use for flare management. She says that capsaicin doesn't help her knee pain.

  3. A case of severe gout: A differential diagnosis

    Gout is an inflammatory arthritis caused by chronic hyperuricemia. This arthritis is due to deposition of monosodium urate crystals in and around joints and connective tissue.[] Previously were described four different clinical phases of gout progression:[] - Asymptomatic patients with serological findings of hyperuricemia - Acute gouty arthritis - Intercritical gout - Chronic tophaceous gout ...

  4. Gout in a 15-year-old boy with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a case study

    Joint pain is a common complaint in pediatrics and is most often attributed to overuse or injury. In the face of persistent, severe, or recurrent symptoms, the differential typically expands to include bony or structural causes versus rheumatologic conditions. Rarely, a child has two distinct causes for joint pain. In this case, an obese 15-year-old male was diagnosed with gout, a disease ...

  5. General practitioners' knowledge of gout and its management: a case

    Conclusion. Our study evaluated general practitioners' knowledge and management of gout at community health service clinics in the Tongzhou district of Beijing. The results indicated a poor understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of gout. This lack of understanding likely resulted in inadequate clinical decisions.

  6. Gout

    In one cohort study, gout developed in only 22% of subjects with ... Recent diuretic use and the risk of recurrent gout attacks: the online case-crossover gout study. J Rheumatol 2006;33: 1341-1345

  7. Case study: a case of debilitating gout in the 1st ...

    Case study: a case of debilitating gout in the 1st metatarsophalangeal joint. 2015 Mar;25 (1):45-50. doi: 10.1016/j.foot.2014.11.004. Epub 2014 Dec 6. Gout is a painful arthritic condition that affects many people worldwide. The disease has been associated with hyperuricaemia and life style risk factors such as obesity, alcohol intake, meat and ...

  8. Case study: A case of debilitating gout in the 1st metatarsophalangeal

    Gout is a painful arthritic condition that affects many people worldwide. The disease has been associated with hyperuricaemia and life style risk factors such as obesity, alcohol intake, meat and seafood consumption. We present a case of a 67-year-old male with a history of gout, who attended the clinic with a painful 1st metatarsophalangeal ...

  9. Case report Case study: A case of debilitating gout in the 1st

    Abstract. Gout is a painful arthritic condition that affects many people worldwide. The disease has been associated with hyperuricaemia and life style risk factors such as obesity, alcohol intake, meat and seafood consumption. We present a case of a 67-year-old male with a history of gout, who attended the clinic with a painful 1st ...

  10. Gout and incidence of 12 cardiovascular diseases: a case-control study

    In this matched case-control study, we used linked primary and secondary electronic health records from the UK Clinical Practice Research Datalink to assemble a cohort of individuals with a first-time diagnosis of gout between Jan 1, 2000 and Dec 31, 2017, who were aged 80 years or younger at diagnosis, and free of cardiovascular diseases up to 12 months after diagnosis.

  11. Gout Case Study (45 min)

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  12. Chronic tophaceous gout presenting as acute arthritis during an acute

    Background Gout is a metabolic disease that can manifest as acute or chronic arthritis, and deposition of urate crystals in connective tissue and kidneys. It can either manifest as acute arthritis or chronic tophaceous gout. Case presentation We present a 39-year-old male patient who developed acute arthritis during his hospital course. Later on, after a careful physical examination, patient ...

  13. Case Study of diagnosis and treatment of Gout

    Case Study of diagnosis and treatment of Gout. A 50 year-old male presented for an evaluation of rapid onset of pain and swelling in his right toe. The patient reported that he had two similar previous episodes with the same symptoms lasting four to five days and was treated by emergency physicians. The patient’s past medical history is ...

  14. PDF Atypical Presentation of Gout: A Case Report

    The Global Burden of Disease Study 2017 published that there are 41 million living with gout worldwide [3]. The prevalence of gout in 1990 was 20.2 million, and this number more than doubled in 2017 to 41.2 million. Even with the advances in the treatment of gout, a failure to comply with a treatment regimen has led to these increasing numbers [5].

  15. General practitioners' knowledge of gout and its management: a case

    Introduction. Gout is the most common type of inflammatory arthritis in many developed countries worldwide and is linked with multiple serious comorbidities (Khanna et al., Reference Khanna, Fitzgerald and Khanna 2012a,b; Kuo et al., Reference Kuo, Grainge and Zhang 2015).Prior to the 1980s, gout was regarded as a rare disease in China (Fang et al., Reference Fang, Zeng and Li 2006).

  16. Case Study: Mental Health and Socioeconomic Obstacles in Severe

    CASE. A 43-year-old-male was admitted to Cleveland Clinic for gout flare. The patient, who lives alone, had a history of coronary artery disease post-percutaneous coronary intervention, hyperlipidemia, schizophrenia and long-standing, severe polyarticular and tophaceous gout. At age 21, the patient had been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis ...

  17. Recognition of gout in rheumatoid arthritis: A case report : Medicine

    Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is one of the most common symmetric, peripheral polyarthritis, chronic inflammatory rheumatic diseases of an unknown etiology. The general prevalence of RA is about 0.5% to 1% in the adult population with a male and female prevalence ratio of 1:3. [1,2] Meanwhile, gout is a deposition of monosodium urate crystals which ...

  18. Gout: An old disease in new perspective

    Alcohol is a well-known risk factor for gout. Studies showed that alcohol consumption is related to the amount consumed. Additionally, the risk for gout and hyperuriceamia depends on the type of different alcoholic drinks. ... Case reports of (PET/CT) in gout showed articular and periarticular FDG (18 F-fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose) uptake. Soft ...

  19. PDF GOUT

    GOUT A. GOALS 1. Understand pathogenesis of gouty arthritis 2. Learn pharmacologic treatment for gout B. CASE • 55-year-old man with history of episodic pain and swelling in the 1st MTP joints • Started allopurinol one week earlier • Physical examination showed rock-hard lump on right pina and hot, tender

  20. Gout

    Gout, once known as the "disease of kings and king of diseases," is among the most prevalent etiologies of chronic inflammatory arthritis in the United States, characterized by monosodium urate (MSU) monohydrate crystals deposition in the tissues.[1][2] Gout was first described by Hippocrates in ancient Greece, and hence it is the most understood and manageable disease among all rheumatic ...

  21. Gout

    Gout is a common and complex form of arthritis that can affect anyone. It's characterized by sudden, severe attacks of pain, swelling, redness and tenderness in one or more joints, most often in the big toe. An attack of gout can occur suddenly, often waking you up in the middle of the night with the sensation that your big toe is on fire.

  22. Comparison of the efficacy and safety of benzbromarone and ...

    The study should be included in the research when it meets the following criteria: (1) the design of study adopts a randomized controlled, cohort, or case-control approach; (2) the subject of study consists of adult individuals with gout or hyperuricemia; (3) the efficacy of benzbromarone and febuxostat is compared; (4) at least one inclusion ...

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    The case study is based on a single season, and needs to be repeated in different spaces and at different times to test the reliability of our results. Climatic factors (e.g., temperature, precipitation) play a crucial role in influencing the outcome of weed infestation in fields, and the factors are indirectly related to attack on weeds and ...

  24. Managing Gout in Women: Current Perspectives

    Introduction. Gout is the most common inflammatory arthritis with an overall prevalence of 1-4% worldwide; 1 it is caused by monosodium urate crystal deposition in synovial fluid and other tissues as a result of elevated serum urate levels. 2 The subsequent inflammatory response to the monosodium urate crystals leads to synovitis and severe arthralgias, and complications can include tophus ...

  25. Case Study: 24-Year-Old Male Presenting With Polyarthralgias

    A 24-year-old white male with no known medical history presented to the hospital with chief complaints of 2 weeks of progressively worsening pain and swelling of his right wrist and left ankle joints. He did not report any fevers, chills, night sweats, weight loss or rash. He was employed as a fireman. He denied alcohol use disorder, smoking cigarettes, or any recreational drugs. Family ...