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Academic Article Frequency of serum creatinine monitoring during allopurinol therapy in ambulatory patients.
Academic Article The dynamics of chronic gout treatment: medication gaps and return to therapy.
Academic Article Validity of gout diagnoses in administrative data.
Academic Article Adherence with urate-lowering therapies for the treatment of gout.
Academic Article Patients and providers view gout differently: a qualitative study.
Academic Article Impact of deficits in gout care on hospitalizations.
Academic Article Patients' knowledge and beliefs concerning gout and its treatment: a population based study.
Academic Article A delphi exercise to identify characteristic features of gout - opinions from patients and physicians, the first stage in developing new classification criteria.
Academic Article New developments in gout.
Academic Article Primary care providers' knowledge, beliefs and treatment practices for gout: results of a physician questionnaire.
Concept Gout Suppressants
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Academic Article Overcoming adherence issues and other barriers to optimal care in gout.
Academic Article Development of Preliminary Remission Criteria for Gout Using Delphi and 1000Minds Consensus Exercises.
Academic Article Gout Prophylaxis Evaluated According to the 2012 American College of Rheumatology Guidelines: Analysis from the CORRONA Gout Registry.
Academic Article What Outcomes are Important for Gout Patients? In-Depth Qualitative Research into the Gout Patient Experience to Determine Optimal Endpoints for Evaluating Therapeutic Interventions.
Academic Article Sex differences in gout characteristics: tailoring care for women and men.
Academic Article Gout, Hyperuricemia and Crystal-Associated Disease Network (G-CAN) consensus statement regarding labels and definitions for disease elements in gout.
Academic Article Gout, Hyperuricaemia and Crystal-Associated Disease Network (G-CAN) consensus statement regarding labels and definitions of disease states of gout.

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