T M Nenasheva

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The state of internal organs was studied in 447 patients with primary gout. Clinical, biochemical and instrumental methods were used during these researches. Alterations in kidney were found in 332 patients (74.7%), including 95 with signs of nephritic insufficiency. Pathology of kidney and biliary tract was marked in 187 (41.8%) patients. Multifunctions of(More)
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