Diagnosis of gout in general practice.


In a general practice survey of gout, an analysis was made of the criteria relating to the diagnosis in 604 patients. Approximately 60% of diagnoses were made within 1 month of the patient presenting with symptoms; in the remainder, there was often a considerable time lag before diagnosis and half of these patients had been wrongly diagnosed initially. Of… (More)


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