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Englisch - Türkisch
gut hastalığı
damla sayrılığı
Gut hastalığı, damla hastalığı: Nükleoprotein metabolizmasının bozulması sonucu eklemlerdeki kıkırdaklarda ürat tuzlarının toplanmasından doğan hastalık
i., tıb. gut, damla hastalığı
goutiness gut hastalığına tutulma
gouty gut hastalığına tutulmuş
(Tıp) Gut, Nukleoprotein metabolizmasının bozulması sonucu eklemlerdeki kıkırdaklarda ürat tuzlarının toplanmasından doğan hastalık (damla hastalığı)
goutily gut hastalığına tutulmuş olarak
(isim) gut
(Tıp) damla hastalığı
afflicted with gout
gut ile tutulmuş
swollen, as if from gout
şişmiş, sanki gut dan
gut hastası olarak
{s} gut hastası
(Tıp) Gutlu
(Tıp) damlalı
gutlu organ
Englisch - Englisch
An extremely painful inflammation of joints, especially of the big toe, caused by a metabolic defect resulting in the accumulation of uric acid in the blood and the deposition of urates around the joints
a spurt or splotch (usually followed by the preposition of)

Another blow sent gouts of blood flying, along with gobbets of flesh..

{n} a most painful disorder
A constitutional disease, occurring by paroxysms
An acute, recurrent disease characterized by painful inflammation of the joints and by an excess of uric acid in the blood [20]
A condition which result forma defect in body chemistry, such as too much urate (a normally-occurring uric acid) in a joint fluid May accumulate and give rise to a form of "crystal-related" arthritis Most often attacks small joints, especially the big toe Condition may occur due to a variety of causes Can usually be controlled with medication and changes in diet
Metabolic disease associated with hyperuricaemia, with symptoms occurring as a result of uric acid crystals being deposited into the tissues
See Corn fly, under Corn
a result of a defect in body chemistry (such as uric acid in the joint fluid), this painful condition most often attacks small joints, especially the big toe It can usually be controlled with medication and changes in diet
a clump of any foreign body trapped in a fabric during the weaving process
A drop; a clot or coagulation
Any inflammation caused by the formation of crystals of oxalic acid accumulating in the body
A painful rheumatic disease resulting from needle-like crystals of uric acid in the connective tissues, joint spaces or both
It may also attack internal organs, as the stomach, the intestines, etc
a metabolic disorder in which uric acid levels in blood and urine are too high
Painful inflammation caused by a build up of uric acid in the tissues
A disease of cornstalks
A form of arthritis produced by a buildup of uric acid in the body, producing crystals that become lodged in the joints; the most commonly affected area is the big toe
(gowt) A painful condition and inflammation of the joints, often appearing in the big toe Gout is caused by the growth of hard crystals of uric acid in the joint, which causes scraping between smooth joint surfaces It usually occurs as swollen, painful joints, often hot to the touch High uric acid levels are the usual cause Abnormal uric acid levels may also lead to kidney stones, so persons with gout are often advised to take measures to normalize levels, including taking the prescription drug Allopurinol and avoiding purine-rich foods and "organ" meats such as brain, kidney and liver no great sacrifice there, eh?
a painful condition in which uric acid deposits buildup in and around the joints: also characterized at times by an excessive amount of uric acid in the blood
{i} disease characterized by the inflammation of the joints (mainly of the feet and hands)
a painful condition in which uric acid crystals form in the joints
any inflammation, not just in a joint or extremity, caused by the formation of crystals of oxalic acid when it accumulates in the body It most often occurs in joints where circulation is poor, and can even cause gallstones or kidney stones Gout is a disease caused by a buildup of urate or uric acid in the body, which crystallizes out in areas without much rapid blood flow and can cause damage when, for example a toe is stubbed
metabolic disease with symptoms occurring as a result of uric acid crystals being deposited into the tissues
It is attended with various sympathetic phenomena, particularly in the digestive organs
Inherited disorder (also known as crystalline arthritis) that is characterized by a variable level of uric acid (a normal byproduct of foods) in the blood and sudden severe arthritis due to crystal deposits (sodium urate) within the joints
A condition in which too much urate (a normally-occurring body substance) may accumulate and give rise to a (crystal-related) arthritis This may occur due to a variety of causes
A type of arthritis resulting from deposits of needle-like crystals of uric acids in the connective tissue, joint space, or both For more information, see the American College of Rheumatology Fact Sheet
a painful inflammation of the big toe and foot caused by defects in uric acid metabolism resulting in deposits of the acid and its salts in the blood and joints
Gout is a disease which causes people's joints to swell painfully, especially in their toes. a disease that makes your toes, fingers, and knees swollen and painful (goute, from gutta ; because it used to be believed that it was caused by drops of disease in the blood). Hereditary metabolic disorder in which excess uric-acid salts, normally excreted in urine, are deposited as needle-sharp crystals in joints, causing attacks of severe inflammation. The most common site is the base of the big toe. One of the oldest diseases in medical literature, gout is far more common in men. Attacks usually do not begin until middle age. They cause heat, redness, and extreme tenderness and pain and often subside in a week or two. Colchicine is used to treat acute attacks. Drugs such as allopurinol inhibit uric-acid synthesis
Uric Acid - Uric acid is the end product of the breakdown of Purines in your body Purines are an important component of proteins A high level of uric acid may cause gouty arthritis or kidney stones The level of uric acid is affected by a diet rich in Purines (kidney, liver, pancreas, and sweetbreads) Stress, alcohol, and certain diuretics may raise the level Your health care provider should evaluate high levels Low levels are not generally considered significant
disturbance of purine metabolism causing urate deposits in joints and cartilages and arthritis symptoms
A condition which may be acute or chronic and which results from an excessive level of uric acid in the circulation This results in deposits in joint areas and even in other tissues if left untreated The release of uric acid crystals into the joint incites a significant inflammatory reaction called acute gouty arthritis
It consists in an inflammation of the fibrous and ligamentous parts of the joints, and almost always attacks first the great toe, next the smaller joints, after which it may attack the greater articulations
a condition characterized by abnormally high blood levels of uric acid (urate) Urate crystals may form in joints, resulting in inflammation and pain Urate crystals may also form in the kidney and urinary tract, resulting in kidney stones The tendency to develop elevated blood uric acid levels and gout is often inherited
chacun a son gout
Alternative form of chacun à son goût
chacun à son goût
Used to acknowledge that different people have different tastes or preferences
haut gout
A slight taint of decay, particularly in wild game meat that used to be desirable but is not generally desired anymore today
{a} afflicted with or liable to the gout
be afflicted with gout
stricken with gout, suffering from gout
In a gouty manner
Swollen, as if from gout
Boggy; as, gouty land
Diseased with, or subject to, the gout; as, a gouty person; a gouty joint
{s} suffering from gout (disease characterized by inflammation of the joints)
Pertaining to the gout
suffering from gout