Zia-Ullah Virk

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Gouty involvement of the spinal column is not as rare as generally perceived. Tophaceous gout involving the spinal column is a well-documented cause of myelopathy and frank cord compression. It takes several years of gout before bony destruction is radiologically apparent. If erosive or tophaceous gout is present, magnetic resonance imaging signal(More)
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