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Gout research tools: a summary for clinicians 

Gout research tools: a summary for clinicians
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Gout research tools: a summary for clinicians
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Nicola Dalbeth

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780198748311.003.0012
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date: 23 October 2019

Although most tools used in gout research are generic, there are some important gout-specific instruments. New gout classification criteria were published in 2015. Outcome measure domains have been identified for both acute and chronic gout studies. A preliminary flare definition has been reported. Gout-specific, patient-reported outcome measure instruments allow assessment of gout disease activity and impact of tophi. Imaging scoring systems allow quantification of joint damage, inflammation, and urate burden in gout.

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