Mohammad M Nasrat
Why Do Physicians Diagnose Gout in Young Adults with Perfect Kidney Function!!
Author(s): Abdullah M Nasrat, Salwa AM Nasrat, Randa M Nasrat and Mohammad M NasratAbdullah M Nasrat, Salwa AM Nasrat, Randa M Nasrat and Mohammad M Nasrat
The study aimed at illustration that detection of high levels of serum uric acid in young adults with perfect kidney function should not be considered final diagnosis of hyperuricemic pre-gouty illness. Gout is a very old disease which exists for thousands of years with joint swelling, pain or tenderness. Hyperuricema has long been established as the major etiologic factor in gout. Gout has recently become the most common presentation of arthritis in developed countries. Hyperuricemia increases the risk of gout and is also a risk factor of cardiovascular diseases. Hyperuricemia could contribute to diabetes, hypertension and arteriosclerosis due to endothelial dysfunction triggered by vascular wall tissue inflammation because of urate crystals deposition. These reasons are sufficient to render physicians anxious in immediate assessment and treatment of elevated serum uric aci.. Read More»