Tag Archives: Tophaceous Gout

Tophaceous Gout is a serious stage of gouty arthritis. There is a strong indication that either you have avoided medical attention, or the advice you have received is completely flawed. You must seek rapid, maximum lowering uric acid treatment (within the bounds of safety). This will shrink tophi over several months, but if this is not soon enough, you may need surgery. See the tophaceous gout guidelines for more tophi information.

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