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Synonyms for gout

a painful inflammation of the big toe and foot caused by defects in uric acid metabolism resulting in deposits of the acid and its salts in the blood and joints

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The ACR/EULAR 2015 gout classification criteria Pattern of Ankle or mid- Podagra (2) joint foot (1) involvement Characteristics One Two Three characteristic characteristics characteristics (1) (2) (3) * Erythema overlying the joint * Cannot bear touch or pressure * Difficulty walking/using the joint Time course of One typical Recurrent typical episode episode (1) typical (>2) episodes (2) * Maximal pain within 24 hours * Resolution of symptoms within 14 days * Complete resolution between attacks Clinical Present (4) evidence of a tophus Serum uric acid <0.
29) Rub the camomile oil to reduce the backache, the arthrosis, and the podagra (gout).
The first written reference to gout dates to 2600 BC, when Egyptians first described podagra, or gouty arthritis, usually of the big toe, and today understood as uric acid arthropathy.
L'ozio poi del corpo fa gli uomini grossi, pigri, poltroni, malsani, da poco, scoloriti, rifredda, ed estingue il calor naturale, accresce la flemma, ed empie il corpo di superfluita, generando infermita frigide come goccia, catarri, opilazioni delle viscere, epilepsia, podagra, chiragra e dolori arterici.
169] Lucian's satires were much in demand with Latin editions in 1515, 1517, 1518, 1519, and 1530, [170] a German version in 1512, [171] and Lucian's Podagra Laus (In praise of gout), as translated by Pirckheimer, published in 1529.