Joint pathology consistent with gout is common in people with type 2 diabetes and hyperuricemia irrespective of symptoms or a diagnosis of gout. In a sub-study of the Fremantle Diabetes Study, 101 participants with fasting serum uric acid levels ≥ 4.2mmol/L were assessed by ultrasound for intra-articular urate deposition and inflammation in a number of ...
Type 2 diabetes
Gout pathology common in T2D patients
By Mardi Chapman
14 Mar 2018