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Artritis por Microcristales.: Pirofosfato de Sodio, Hidroxiapatita y Otras Artropatias por depósito. Judith Pilar Ochoa Miranda Reumatólogo Cristales identificados. La gota se caracteriza por el depósito de cristales de urato monosódico en el interior de las articulaciones. Se presenta en pacientes con concentraciones.

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Tophaceous gout of the lumbar spine mimicking pyogenic discitis. Rheumatoid arthritis and pseudo-rheumatoid arthritis in calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate crystal deposition disease. Plast Reconstr Surg,pp.

Osteoarthritis Cartilage, 11 cristsles, pp. Both gout and calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate CPPD arthropathies are crystal deposit diseases; finding monosodium urate MSU or CPPD crystals in a synovial fluid sample, or in a tophi in the case of gout, provide a definitive, unequivocal diagnosis. Ann Rheum Dis, 97pp.

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Eliseo Pascual a ,?? Rheumatology, 40pp. Are you a health atrropatias able to prescribe or dispense drugs? Methods for developing classification and other criteria rules. Intracellular and extracellular CPPD crystals are a regular feature in synovial fluid from uninflamed joints of patients with CPPD related arthropathy. Semin Arthritis Rheum, 36pp. Eur Radiol, 10pp. The use and missuse of classification and diagnostic criteria for complex diseases. Arthritis Rheum, 20pp.

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Analysis for crystals in synovial fluid: Postgrad Med, 82pp. J Rheumatol, 27pp. Ann Rheum Dis, 67pp. Ann Rheum Dis, 66pp. Persistence of monosodium urate crystals, and low grade inflammation in the synovial fluid of untreated gout.

Synovial fluid analysis for diagnosis of intercritical gout. Clin Nucl Med, 29pp.

Radiology,pp. Gout of the temporomandibular joint: Ann Rheum Dis, 64pp. Mobilization of gouty tophi by protracted use of uricosuric agents. Preliminary criteria for the classificaction of the acute arthritis of primary gout.

The inflammatory process in the mechanism of decreased serum uric acid concentrations during acute gouty arthritis. Gout presenting as a popliteal cyst.

Acute gouty arthritis without urate crystals identified on initial examination of synovial fluid report of nine patients. Am J Med, 82pp. Does the presence of crystal arthritis rule out septic arthritis?. Bull Rheum Dis, 34pp. Arthritis Rheum, 56pp. Semin Arthritis Rheum, 29pp. Flexor tendinitis and median nerve compression caused by gout in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis.

Validation of gout clinical diagnostic criteria in VA patients compared with gold standard of synovial fluid analysis. Effect of urate-lowering therapy on the velocity of size reduction of tophi in chronic gout.

Spinal tophaceous gout mimicking a spinal tumor. Synovial fluid features and their relations to osteoarthritis severity: Methotrexate as an alternative therapy for chronic calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease: Despite having such a simple and precise diagnostic test, in both crystal arthitides there is the accepted habit of approaching their diagnosis on clinical grounds accompanied by hyperuricemia for gout, or chondrocalcinosis for the CPPD related arthropathy.

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Cristwles polyarticular gout mimicking septic arthritis. J Rheumatol, 29pp. Ann Rheum Dis, 63pp. Chronic tophaceous gouty arthritis mimicking rheumatoid arthritis. Calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease mimicking polymyalgia rheumatica: Ann Intern Med,pp.

Am J Med, 11pp. Ann Intern Med, 54pp. Finally the precision of a clinical diagnosis made by an expert rheumatologist is higher than that of a less experienced or less specialized physician, and by approaching the diagnosis of the crystal arthritides on clinical grounds, expert rheumatologists support the inaccurate approach of other physicians with a wider margin of error.

Arthritis Rheum, 47pp.