Oct 1, 2015 Issue
Risk of Gout with the Use of Thiazide Diuretics [FPIN's Clinical Inquiries]

Thiazide diuretics may be used in most patients with hypertension who have only minimally increased risk of gout.

Jun 1, 2015 Issue
Colchicine for Acute Gout [Cochrane for Clinicians]

Low-quality evidence shows that low-dose colchicine (up to 1.8 mg over one hour) is an effective therapy for acute gout.

Dec 15, 2014 Issue
Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention of Gout [Article]

Find out whether newer medications are any more effective than older ones, and the latest evidence on dietary modifications and pharmacologic therapy for prevention of recurrent gout.

Mar 1, 2014 Issue
Joint Pain and Swelling [Photo Quiz]

Photo Quiz presents readers with a clinical challenge based on a photograph or other image.

Sep 15, 2013 Issue
ACR Publishes Guidelines for Pharmacologic and Nonpharmacologic Treatment of Gout [Practice Guidelines]

The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) has developed recommendations for the management of gout. The recommendations call for a systematic nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic management approach that is intended to be applicable to all patients with gout.

May 15, 2010 Issue
Febuxostat (Uloric) for Hyperuricemia and Gout [STEPS]

Febuxostat more effectively lowers serum uric acid to goal levels than does allopurinol; however, this benefit is offset by a slightly higher incidence of adverse effects and treatment discontinuation. Until superiority for patient-oriented outcomes is shown in comparative trials with allopurinol, f...

Sep 15, 2007 Issue
Gout: An Update [Article]

Arthritis caused by gout (i.e., gouty arthritis) accounts for millions of outpatient visits annually, and the prevalence is increasing. Gout is caused by monosodium urate crystal deposition in tissues leading to arthritis, soft tissue masses (i.e., tophi), nephrolithiasis, and urate nephropathy. The...

Apr 1, 1999 Issue
Diagnosis and Management of Gout [Article]

Gout is a disease resulting from the deposition of urate crystals caused by the overproduction or underexcretion of uric acid. The disease is often, but not always, associated with elevated serum uric acid levels. Clinical manifestations include acute and chronic arthritis, tophi, interstitial renal...

Feb 15, 1999 Issue
Gout and Hyperuricemia [Article]

Gout is a condition characterized by the deposition of monosodium urate crystals in the joints or soft tissue. The four phases of gout include asymptomatic hyperuricemia, acute gouty arthritis, intercritical gout and chronic tophaceous gout. The peak incidence occurs in patients 30 to 50 years old, ...

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