Assessing Kidney Function For Allopurinol In Gout

Assessing Kidney Function For Allopurinol In Gout

Serum Cystatin C is a Potential Endogenous Marker for the Estimation of Renal Function in Male Gout Patients with Renal Impairment. Jan 2010, Choe JY et al. Shows Cystatin C is a better measure of kidney function than more traditional tests. Important for allopurinol users, and they recommend allopurinol for kidney patients.

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