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Background of Clinical Indications
It is used for the auxiliary diagnosis of primary gout, leukemia, renal impairment, poisoning and eclampsia, etc. Increase is seen in patients with gout and increased nucleic acid metabolism, such as leukemia, polycythemia vera; For patients with kidney disease, and acute or chronic nephritis, blood uric acid significantly increased. Because extrarenal factors have a greater impact on uric acid, increase in blood uric acid is often not parallel to the degree of renal damage; others: chloroform, carbon tetrachloride, lead poisoning, eclampsia, pregnancy reactions, excessive nucleic acid in the diet, obesity, diabetes, etc.