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June 3rd 2023
After 12 weeks of treatment, the median sUA levels of patients with gout were reduced from 8.6 mg/dL to 3.6 mg/dL in the AR882 75 mg cohort and 5.0 mg/dL in the AR882 50 mg group.
Hand Pain and Swelling in a 63-Year-Old WomanApril 2nd 2006
A 63-year-old woman presented with a 2-year history of bilateral hand pain and stiffness that had worsened in recent months. The pain was most severe in the fingers and was associated with morning stiffness that lasted 30 minutes. There was loss of full range of motion in some finger joints.
Bilateral Hand Pain in a Patient With Chronic Hepatitis C and SarcoidosisApril 2nd 2006
A 51-year-old African American man with a 15-year history of chronic hepatitis C and sarcoidosis presented with persistent bilateral hand pain. The pain was aggravated by physical activity and had a waxing-and-waning pattern.