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GOUT Past exam questions

QUESTION
a) Which of the following have an indication in acute gout?

  1. allopurinol
  2. colchcine
  3. diclofenac

 

b) Which one of the following is not correct, with regard to gout treatment?

1. Allopurinol is not indicated for the treatment of an acute attack of gout
2. aspirin may be used for an acute attack of gout
3. colchcine can cause diarrhoea
4. patients with moderate renal impairement should not use probenecid
5. thiazide diuretics may precipitate gout

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