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Does asymptomatic hyperuricaemia contribute to the development of renal and cardiovascular disease? An old controversy renewed.

Kanellis J, Feig DI, Johnson RJ. Does asymptomatic hyperuricaemia contribute to the development of renal and cardiovascular disease? An old controversy renewed. Nephrology (Carlton). 2004 Dec; 9(6):394-9.

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