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History of Gout

Including Comments from an Illustrious Timeless Gathering
  • Andre de Vries
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Abstract

In the history of medicine gout stands out because of its duration extending over thousands of years, because of its striking features and consequences pertaining to the most diverse fields of medicine, and not in the least because of its recent exciting development.

Keywords

Uric Acid Gouty Arthritis Purine Nucleoside Phosphorylase Urate Crystal Ciba Foundation Symposium 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Andre de Vries
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  1. 1.Rogoff-Wellcome Medical Research InstituteTel-Aviv University Medical School, Beilinson Medical CenterPetah TikvaIsrael

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