Inosine It has been shown that lower serum uric acid (UA) levels in MS patients are associated with relapse and that serum uric acid might serve as a possible marker of disease activity in MS.
What does SUA stand for?
SUA stands for Serum Uric Acid (biochemistry)
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We have 58 other meanings of SUA in our Acronym Attic
- Single or Double Uptake (US Navy)
- Special Unitary group of n x n matrices
- Single-User Multiple-Input Multiple-Output
- State Universal-Multi-Reference Coupled Cluster
- Urokinase Plasminogen Activator Soluble Receptor (also seen as uPAsr)
- Single-User Rician Fading Channel
- Special Unit for Technical Cooperation Among Developing Countries
- Stand Up to Cancer
- Saint Ursula Academy (Cincinnati, OH)
- SCCP User Adaptation Layer (IETF)
- Shiraz University Association (Muncie, IN)
- Shut Up Already
- Silver Users Association
- Single Umbilical Artery (obstetrics)
- Single User Account
- Small Unmanned Aircraft (various locations)
- Software Upgrade Assistant
- Soka University of America (California)
- Sokoine University of Agriculture (Tanzania)
- Special-Use Airspace
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](pegloticase) for the treatment of severe debilitating chronic tophaceous gout in adult patients who may also have erosive joint involvement and who have failed to normalize serum uric acid with xanthine oxidase inhibitors at the maximum medically appropriate dose or for whom these medicines are contraindicated.
adults are hyperuricemic as defined by a serum uric acid in excess of 6.
Criteria for hyperuricemia and acute tumor lysis syndrome Serum uric acid levels above normal were considered hyperuricemia (normal range: 2.
5) Several previous studies have suggested that serum uric acid (SUA) is an important, independent risk factor for cardiovascular (CV) disease.
Serum uric acid and cognitive function and dementia.
Determination of serum uric acid and allantoin by HPLC Technique .
However, other investigators have failed to find a relationship between serum uric acid levels and MS risk, so the role of urate in MS remains an area of ongoing investigation.