Some methods of preparation and use of blood autonosodes
AUTHORS : Vasilkovskaya O.V. | Mkhitaryan K.N.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Clinic “Vitamed-plus”, Gabrovo, Bulgaria; Center “IMEDIS”, Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2020 | Category : Method of Treatment
Overview of Gout The pathogenesis of gout is based on metabolic disorders caused by dysregulation of purine metabolism in the body and leading to the accumulation of uric acid and its derivatives – acid urate salts (urates) . The increased concentration of uric acid (hyperuricemia) in the blood plasma and the deposition of urates is a consequence of their increased synthesis and a decrease in excretion in the urine. Urate microcrystals accumulate in the articular cavities with the development of gouty inflammation, as well as in the kidneys, causing gouty nephropathy.
Gout usually affects patients over the age of 40, and it is 20 times more common in men than in women. Classification of forms of gout In the clinic of gout, renal, metabolic and mixed forms are distinguished. The renal form of gout is characterized by a decrease in the excretion of uric acid, metabolic – by the excess of its formation; the mixed form combines moderate disturbances in the synthesis and removal of uric acid from the body. Depending on the causes leading to the development of the disease, gout can be primary or secondary.