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Hyperuricemia and Gout in Orthopaedics

Meller, Menachem, MD, PhD1,a; Epstein, Alan, MD2,b; Meller, Aaron Y., BSc3,c; Osmani, Feroz A., MD4,d; Parekh, Amit, MD4,e; Chuang, Donald, MD4,f; Gonzalez, Mark, MD, PhD4,g

doi: 10.2106/JBJS.RVW.17.00206
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Disclosures

  • * Destructive gouty arthritis has been shown to be a multifactorial disease demonstrating variability in its manifestations.
  • * Physicians must be prepared to navigate a complicated treatment algorithm ranging from numerous nonoperative therapies to operative intervention.
  • * If a patient is treated properly from the time of diagnosis, a surgical procedure should rarely be necessary.

1Mercy Health System, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

3The Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv, Israel

4University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois

aE-mail address for M. Meller: mmmeller@verizon.net

bE-mail address for A. Epstein: alerheum@aol.com

cE-mail address for A.Y. Meller: aaron.meller@gmail.com

dE-mail address for F.A. Osmani: Fosman3@uic.edu

eE-mail address for A. Parekh: amparekh@uic.edu

fE-mail address for D. Chuang: donald.chuang@gmail.com

gE-mail address for M. Gonzalez: Hiphand15@gmail.com

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