Prevalence of hyperuricemia in Bangkok population

@article{Uaratanawong2011PrevalenceOH,
  title={Prevalence of hyperuricemia in Bangkok population},
  author={Somchai Uaratanawong and Swangjit Suraamornkul and Supranee Angkeaw and Rawipan Uaratanawong},
  journal={Clinical Rheumatology},
  year={2011},
  volume={30},
  pages={887-893}
}
To investigate the prevalence of hyperuricemia in general Thai population and to evaluate its association with metabolic syndrome. A total of 1,945 subjects who sought for routine annual health checkup in our hospital from 1 October 2009 to 31 March 2010 were enrolled into the study. Inclusion criteria were healthy individuals, aged ≥35 years old, and lived in Bangkok for over 10 years. Data of general health status, age, gender, history of alcoholic consumption, body weight, height, and waist… 
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