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MeSH Search Term " Arthritis, Gouty"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M10 Gout
SNOMED-CT Term Articular gout (disorder) Concept ID: 48440001
Synonyms - Articular gout
Articular gout (disorder)
OCOSH Code: D015210 48440001 M10 JD_A_G_GA
AJR 2003; 181:761-769
Hypointense Synovial Lesions on T2-Weighted Images: Differential Diagnosis with Pathologic Correlation
JosĂ© A. NarvĂĄez, Javier NarvĂĄez, RaĂșl Ortega1, Eugenia De Lama1, Yolanda Roca1 and NoemĂ Vidal
Synovial tissue that lines joint cavities, bursae, and tendinous sheaths is generally too thin to be shown on MRI. However, as synovial tissue thickens...
Added: Wed Jan 21 2009
Hyperuricemia is the most important risk factor for
gouty arthritis. The quandary is how to predict which
patient with asymptomatic hyperuricemia will develop
gouty arthritis. Can ultrasonography help identify
hyperuricemic individuals at risk for developing
gouty arthritis? In the previous issue of Arthritis
Research & Therapy, Pineda and colleagues found
ultrasonography changes suggestive of gouty arthritis
Added: Wed Apr 20 2011
The contemporary incidence of gout in UK remains substantial. In this general population cohort, associations with previously purported risk factors were evident including psoriasis, heart failure, hypertriglyceridemia, and cyclosporine therapy. Use of gout-specific treatment has remained relatively constant in recent years except for an increase of colchicine.
Contemporary epidemiology of gout...
Added: Fri Apr 15 2011
Gout prevalence increased in recent years to become one of the most common causes of inflammatory arthritis in most industrialised countries. Comorbidities may affect the disease severity and treatment patterns. We describe the main characteristics of gout patients, gout-related treatment patterns and prevalent comorbidities in a managed care population.
Added: Tue May 31 2011