from The Century Dictionary.
- Diseased with or subject to the gout: as, a gouty person; a gouty constitution.
- Pertaining to the gout: as, gouty matter.—
- Figuratively, swollen out of proper proportion; tumid; protuberant.
- Boggy: as, gouty land
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Diseased with, or subject to, the gout
- adjective Pertaining to the gout.
- adjective Swollen, as if from gout.
- adjective obsolete Boggy.
- adjective bronchitis arising as a secondary disease during the progress of gout.
- adjective calculi (urate of sodium) formed in the joints, kidneys, etc., of sufferers from gout.
- adjective an affection occurring during the progress of gout, the kidney shriveling and containing concretions of urate of sodium.
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- adjective suffering from gout
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In gout, crystals of uric acid are deposited in the joints, where they cause a type of arthritis called gouty arthritis.
It is precisely because they are quite otherwise that it has been deemed advisable systematically to disparage them -- to declare our Pianos "gouty" structures -- "mere wood and iron;" our
Simply cutting programs like Medicaid is like putting a Band-Aid on a gouty toe.
I met his children, and his gouty father-in-law seated by a spittoon.
The most common site of gouty arthritis is the big toe.
"Old Fuss and Feathers," they called the huge, gouty war hero, but Gen. Scott made sure Lincoln could take the oath without violence.
Novartis had submitted Ilaris as a treatment option in adult patients with gouty arthritis, who cannot be adequately treated with anti-inflammatory products.
By the way, my gouty toe has acted up again, and I spent much of this past week lying down with my foot propped up ... again. * sigh* Feeling a bit better now, but my foot keeps cramping up because of the unnatural effort of walking in such a way as to keep the weight off the afflicted toe.
He noted that while the European Union decision was pending he expects sales of around $750 million in gouty arthritis by 2016.
Novartis now aims to market Ilaris to treat gouty arthritis, also known as gout, a disease that is also triggered by overproduction of interleukin-1 beta.