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48 Possible Causes for Gout due to Increased Uric Acid

  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type 7

    Glycogen storage disease type 7 (GSD7), also called muscle phosphofructokinase deficiency or Tarui's disease, is a rare inherited disease, caused by homozygous or compound heterozygous mutation in the PFKM gene. The most peculiar symptoms of Tarui disease are muscle weakness and muscle fatigue. Severity of these[…][symptoma.com]

  • Hyperuricemia

    Less dramatic reductions in HGPRT activity do cause hyperuricemia and gout due to the reduced salvage of hypoxanthine and guanine leading to increased uric acid production[themedicalbiochemistrypage.org] Therapies that alter pH principally alter the pH of urine, to discourage a possible complication of uricosuric therapy: formation of uric acid kidney stones due to increased[en.wikipedia.org] Hyperuricemia occurring due to a combination of both overproduction and underexcretion of uric acid is seen mostly after alcohol consumption.[symptoma.com]

  • Gout

    Potential etiologies include increased urate clearance due to the infusion of glycine or amino acids.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Whatever the underlying etiology, gout is primarily due to increased levels of uric acid in blood. Symptoms Symptoms include swelling, redness and pain in joints.[symptoma.com] Less dramatic reductions in HGPRT activity do cause hyperuricemia and gout due to the reduced salvage of hypoxanthine and guanine leading to increased uric acid production[themedicalbiochemistrypage.org]

  • Gouty Arthritis

    The uric acid level may be low or normal due to the uricosuric action of increased blood glucose levels [ 4 ].[omicsonline.org] [HGPRT]) Secondary gout (10%): increased nucleic acid turnover due to leukemia/lymphoma, chronic renal disease, HGPRT deficiency Lesch-Nyhan syndrome: rare; men with HGPRT[pathologyoutlines.com] Less dramatic reductions in HGPRT activity do cause hyperuricemia and gout due to the reduced salvage of hypoxanthine and guanine leading to increased uric acid production[themedicalbiochemistrypage.org]

  • Renal Colic

    Too much alcohol consumption Uric Acid stone formation due to diseases like Gout Increase of calcium in urine and blood due to Hyperparathyroidism Family history of urinary[primehealthchannel.com] Renal Colic Risk Factors Some of the main risk factors that give rise to Renal Colic condition are Low urine output due to dehydration Greater calcium intake through diet[primehealthchannel.com]

  • Nephrolithiasis

    Uric acid stone formation: This is due to increased production of uric acid or excess secretion, seen in the following conditions: Gout.[labpedia.net] Disorders of uric acid metabolism. Cystine stone formation: This is due to increased production and excretion of cystine, This is a hereditary disease.[labpedia.net]

  • Pseudogout

    Gout is also more common in blacks than in whites due to genetic factors.[diffen.com] Men have higher levels of uric acid and are more likely to develop gout than women until around age 50, when women tend to develop menopause, at which point women's uric acid[diffen.com] […] levels increase to a level similar to men's.[diffen.com]

  • Urolithiasis

    The uric acid content of body may also increase due to increased non vegetarian diet causing risk of hyperuricosuria and further formation of urate stones.[alliedacademies.org] Our study also reported the stones chemically composed of urate which may be due to hyper uricosuria a disorder of uric acid metabolism; Gout, excess intake of vitamin D,[alliedacademies.org]

  • Eisenmenger Syndrome

    (rarely) due to increased uric acid resorption and production with impaired excretion [6] Gallstones Causes [ edit ] A number of congenital heart defects can cause Eisenmenger[en.wikipedia.org] […] known as syncope ) Heart failure Abnormal heart rhythms Bleeding disorders Coughing up blood Iron deficiency Infections (endocarditis and pneumonia) Kidney problems Stroke Gout[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Renal Stone

    Uric acid stone formation: This is due to increased production of uric acid or excess secretion, seen in the following conditions: Gout.[labpedia.net] Disorders of uric acid metabolism. Cystine stone formation: This is due to increased production and excretion of cystine, This is a hereditary disease.[labpedia.net]

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