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Chemical study of three cases of lipid gout of which two were familial and are apparently sporadic


, : Chemical study of three cases of lipid gout of which two were familial and are apparently sporadic. Arch Internat Pharmacodyn Et Ther 68(1): 81-94

Chemical study of the lipid depots of the tendons of .3 cases of lipoid gout showed a preponderance of free cholesterol over its ethers and over other ether-soluble lipids. Neutral fats were 3 times more abundant than cholesterol. The fatty acids of the ether-soluble phosphatids of the lecithin type were more saturated than those of the neutral fats[long dash]the inverse of that of normal organs. Similar findings in 2 brains examined indicated that biochemical changes appear there also but without neuropathy being evident.

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