Researchers sought to compare the validity of primary care gout diagnosis vs published classification criteria.
Dietary omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid-rich fish consumption, when adjusted for total purine intake, was associated with lower risk for recurrent gout flares.
Assessment and management of comorbidities of gout can reduce future stroke risk in female patients.
Researchers examined the ABCG2 gene in a hyperuricemia and gout cohort, focusing on patients with pediatric-onset disease.
Preinfusion serum uric acid levels were an effective biomarker for identifying patients at risk for infusion reactions while receiving pegloticase.
The Gout Attack Intensity Score was a reliable, responsive instrument for assessing gout flare intensity.
Researchers conducted a case series to examine the demographics, presentation, management, and outcomes in patients with post-implant calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease.
Chronic kidney disease is 3 times more likely to develop among individuals with vs without gout, according to a large retrospective cohort study.
Rates of serum creatinine events were higher among patients treated with both lesinurad and a xanthine oxidase inhibitor.
Monosodium urate crystal deposits in the hip joint were a common ultrasound finding in patients with gout.