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From: Hyperuricaemia: a marker of increased cardiovascular risk in rheumatic patients: analysis of the ACT-CVD cohort

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Associations between baseline cardiovascular risk parameters (A-C) and tertiles serum uric acid in GA, RA and OA. Tertiles serum uric acid (1st, 2nd, 3rd): GA: <0.29 mmol/L, 0.29-0.38 mmol/L, and ≥0.39 mmol/L; RA: <0.27 mmol/L, 0.27-0.34 mmol/L, and ≥0.34 mmol/L; OA <0.27 mmol/L, 0.27-0.34 mmol/L, and ≥0.34 mmol/L. GA: gouty arthritis; RA: rheumatoid arthritis; OA: osteoarthritis; TC: total cholesterol; HDL: high density lipoprotein; BMI: body mass index. (*p < 0.05 vs. 1st tertile; p < 0.05 vs. 2nd tertile).

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