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Genetically determined gout: characteristics of the course
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Analysis of clinical-roentgen-laboratory features of the course of hereditarily determined gout in 74 patients is represented. It is exhibited that hereditarily induced gout begins at the young age and is accompanied by the acute disturbance of purine exchange resulting in serious relapsing course of the articular (with availability of radiological attributes of osteal destruction) and the renal syndromes (urate nephrolithiasis, immune complex glomerulonephritis, tubulointerstitional nephritis) as well as in the early occurrence and rapidly progressing chronic renal insufficiency. The disease is accompanied by high frequency of the cardiovascular pathologies negatively influencing the mean lifetime of patients.
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