Behaviour of Serum Urate in Renal Disease of Varying Etiology
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Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
book series (AEMB, volume 165)
Renal failure has long been known to lead to hyperuricemia, which, however, has been reported not to be strictly proportional to the reduction of the glomerular filtration rate, due to the adaptative mechanisms of tubular resorption and to increased intestinal uricolysis (Rieselbach and Steele, 1975).
KeywordsRenal Function Impairment Tubular Resorption Serum Urate Serum Urate Level Vary Etiology
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