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[HYPERURICEMIA AND POTENTIAL RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR AND RENAL DISEASES].
Rev Med Liege. 2016 May; 71(5):262-8.RM

Abstract

Besides the well accepted need to treat hyperuricemia associated with gout, some large observational studies and small prospective therapeutic trials have suggested that treating asymptomatic hyperuricemia, especially by xanthine oxidase inhibition, the enzyme producing uric acid, could be beneficial for cardiovascular and renal risk prevention. This article discusses the literature about this promising approach, which, however, requests prospective validation.

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fre

PubMed ID

27337847

Citation

Schils, R, and J M. Krzesinski. "[HYPERURICEMIA and POTENTIAL RISK of CARDIOVASCULAR and RENAL DISEASES]." Revue Medicale De Liege, vol. 71, no. 5, 2016, pp. 262-8.
Schils R, Krzesinski JM. [HYPERURICEMIA AND POTENTIAL RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR AND RENAL DISEASES]. Rev Med Liege. 2016;71(5):262-8.
Schils, R., & Krzesinski, J. M. (2016). [HYPERURICEMIA AND POTENTIAL RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR AND RENAL DISEASES]. Revue Medicale De Liege, 71(5), 262-8.
Schils R, Krzesinski JM. [HYPERURICEMIA and POTENTIAL RISK of CARDIOVASCULAR and RENAL DISEASES]. Rev Med Liege. 2016;71(5):262-8. PubMed PMID: 27337847.
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