Recurrent acute arthritis of peripheral joints. Often presents as pain and swelling confined to one joint. The big toe joint is commonly affected.
a disorder marked by high levels of uric acid in the blood; usually experienced as arthritis in one joint
Disorder in which crystals of uric acid deposit in and around joints, causing pain and arthritis
Formation of swellings at nodes or at the base of buds.[1
A disease that causes episodes of acute arthritis and inflammatory swelling in one or more joints. Gout usually starts in a well-used, oft traumatized joint like the right big toe or knee, and usually starts in the night, during the time that Traditional Chinese Medicine calls "liver hour," 2:00 to 4:00 A.M. (allowing for daylight saving time). The inflammation is caused by uric acid crystals that have lodged in the joint's white blood cells and results from the condition called hyperuricemia. Most folks with gout have a hereditary tendency to poorly excrete uric acid in urine as they get older, and it stays in the blood until. . . gout.
A metabolic disorder in which uric acid levels in blood and urine are too high.
A condition in which too much urate (a normally-occurring body substance) may accumulate and give rise to a (crystal-related) arthritis. This may occur due to a variety of causes.
hereditary condition associated with excessive uric acid in the blood; the acid crystallizes and deposits in joints, kidney, and soft tissues
Metabolic disease marked by acute arthritis and inflammation of the joints
and hyperuricemia Gout is condition that results from crystals of uric acid depositing in tissues of the body. Gout is characterized by an overload of uric acid in the body and recurring attacks of joint inflammation (arthritis). Chronic gout can lead to deposits of hard lumps of uric acid in and around the joints, decreased kidney function, and kidney stones.
Recurrent attacks of joint inflammation caused by deposits of uric acid crystals in the joints. It can be very painful.
an inherited disease due to too much uric acid in the body. It is one of the most painful of all forms of rheumatism or arthritis, but is also the most easily treated form. Women are very rarely affected by this disease. Further info.
A condition resulting from elevated uric acid concentrations in blood and in peripheral tissues.
An acute, recurrent disease characterized by painful inflammation of the joints and by an excess of uric acid in the blood. [ 20
One of the most painful rheumatic diseases; approximately 5 percent of all cases of arthritis is caused by gout. Gout can be caused by deposits of crystals of uric acid in and around the joints as well as in connective tissue and excess uric acid crystals formed as a result of hyperuricemia. Gout can progress through four stage: asymptomatic hyperuricemia, acute gout, or acute gouty arthritic, interval or intercritical gout, and chronic tophaceous gout. As the disease progresses through these stages, the conditions get more severe. However, with proper treatment, generally gout does not progress to the stage of chronic tophaceous gout, where the disease causes permanent damage to the affected joints and to the kidneys. (for more information)
A form of Arthritis caused by too much Uric Acid in the bloodstream. This leads to the formation of painful crystaline deposits in the joints, particularly of the extremities, and most often in the feet. Gout Diet
a form of arthritis caused by the buildup of
Metabolic disease associated with hyperuricaemia, with symptoms occurring as a result of uric acid crystals being deposited into the tissues.
A disturbance of uric acid metabolism occurring chiefly in males, characterized by painful inflammation of the joints, especially of the feet and hands, and arthritic attacks resulting from elevated levels of uric acid in the blood and the deposition of urate crystals around the joints. The condition can become chronic and result in deformity.
is the inflammation of the joints caused by too much uric acid in the system. Gout is a form of arthritis in a joint, leading to the sudden development of pain and inflammation. People with gout either overproduce uric acid or are less efficient than other people, at eliminating it. The joint of the big toe is the most common site to accumulate uric acid crystals, although the joints may be affected.
A type of arthritis resulting from deposits of needle-like crystals of uric acid in the connective tissue, joint spaces, or both.
A form of arthritis that causes sudden, severe attacks of pain, tenderness, redness, warmth, and swelling (inflammation) in some joints. The large toe is most often affected, but gout also can affect other joints in the leg (knee, ankle, and foot) and, less often, joints in the arm (hand, wrist, and elbow).
An extremely painful inflammation of a joint, most often the great toe joint. Usually caused by heredity. The symptoms can be treated in our offices and immediate relief is common among our patients.
A disease characterized by swollen, painful joints in the feet. In iguanas, poor diet, especially too much protein in the diet, is usually the cause. For more information on proper diet and gout, visit the Food and Feeding page and the Other Diseases page, respectively.
Inherited disorder (also known as crystalline arthritis) that is characterized by a variable level of uric acid (a normal byproduct of foods) in the blood and sudden severe arthritis due to crystal deposits (sodium urate) within the joints.
A condition in which excess uric acid may lead to arthritis and kidney stones.
Any inflammation caused by the formation of crystals of oxalic acid accumulating in the body.
Gout is an inherited disorder of uric-acid metabolism occurring predominantly in men, characterized by painful inflammation of the joints, especially of the feet and hands, and arthritic attacks resulting from elevated levels of uric acid in the blood and the deposition of urate crystals around the joints. ? Calcium 2 TBL ? Copper 1 tsp. ? Magnesium 4 TBL ? Sulfur 2 TBL ? Vitamin C Ascorbate 2000 mg.
A type of arthritis caused by the reaction of the body to needle-like crystals of uric acid that accumulate in joint spaces. This reaction causes inflammation, swelling, and pain in the affected joint, most commonly the big toe.
A painful inflammation in the joints, usually caused by an excessive amount of uric acid in the body.
Gout is a metabolic disease in which excess uric acid crystallizes, scars bones and joints, and causes pain. Gout has been found in T. rex fingers.
A disabling form of arthritis found most often in the feet â€“ specifically the big toe â€“ and occasionally in other joints. Symptoms include intense episodes of joint pain and swelling, which often happen at night, followed by pain-free periods.
a disease characterized by increased blood levels of uric acid that produces pain and inflammation in the joints, particularly in the foot, ankle or knee
systemic disease caused by the buildup of uric acid crystals in the joints of the body, causing inflammation, swelling, and pain
Condition characterized by abnormally elevated levels of uric acid in the blood, recurring attacks of joint inflammation ( arthritis), deposits of hard lumps of uric acid in and around the joints, and decreased kidney function and kidney stones. Uric acid is a breakdown product of purines, that are part of many foods we eat. The tendency to develop gout and elevated blood uric acid level (hyperuricemia) is often inherited and can be promoted by obesity, weight gain, alcohol intake, high blood pressure, abnormal kidney function, and drugs. The most reliable diagnostic test for gout is the identification of crystals in joints, body fluids and tissues.
condition that causes sudden, severe episodes of pain and tenderness, redness, warmth, and swelling (inflammation) in some joints. After a number of years, if not treated, the development of persistent swelling, stiffness, and mild to moderate pain. In the nineteenth century, gout was thought to be partly hereditary and partly inflamed by rich diet and alcohol.
a form of acute arthritis marked by joint inflammation caused by abnormal amount of uric acid in the blood ( Gokshuradi Guggulu, Kaishore Guggulu)
arthritis caused by urate crystals in the joint
a condition characterized by abnormally high blood levels of uric acid (urate). Urate crystals may form in joints, resulting in inflammation and pain. Urate crystals may also form in the kidney and urinary tract, resulting in kidney stones. The tendency to develop elevated blood uric acid levels and gout is often inherited.
the deposit of uric acid by-products in and about the joints contributing to inflammation and pain.
disease involving excess uric acid in the blood, a form or acute inflammation of a joint usually knee or foot
An inherited disorder characterized by a raised blood uric acid level and deposits of crystals in and around joints.
a painful condition in which uric acid deposits buildup in and around the joints: also characterized at times by an excessive amount of uric acid in the blood.
Gout is an arthritic condition characterized by abnormally elevated levels of uric acid in the blood stream. Symptoms include recurring attacks of joint inflammation, deposits of lumps of uric acid in and around the joints, decreased kidney function and kidney stones. Gout is often inherited and can be promoted by obesity or alcohol and drug abuse.
A disease characterized by an increased blood uric acid level and sudden onset of episodes of acute arthritis.
Chronic metabolic disorder affecting the joints, associated with hypertension, uric acid in the blood and kidney disease, often associated with a rich and fatty diet (and red wine).
a result of a defect in body chemistry (such as uric acid in the joint fluid), this painful condition most often attacks small joints, especially the big toe. It can usually be controlled with medication and changes in diet.
A form of arthritis caused by deposits of uric acid crystals in the joints, usually the feet, hands and, especially, the big toe.
Gout (also called metabolic arthritis) is a disease due to an inborn disorder of the uric acid metabolism. In this condition monosodium urate crystals are deposited on the articular cartilage of joints and in the particular tissue like tendons. This provokes an inflammatory reaction of these tissues.