In the last thirty years, data which have been published on the level of serum uric acid in man have varied considerably. The main reason for this is a considerable increase in the uric acid values. Furthermore, different laboratory methods (mostly improved laboratory techniques), the selection of the treatment groups, the different definition of the critical value, which is often mistaken for the middle or average value, and last but not least the different conditions for blood taking have all been responsible for these variable data.
KeywordsCholesterol Europe Creatinine Acid Value Triglyceride
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