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What is not true about gout:(AIIMS May 95)
|A||Abrupt increase in serum urate levels is morecommon a cause for acute gout than an abrupt fall in urate levels.|
|B||Patient may be asymptomatic with high serum uric acid for years|
|C||Development of arthritis correlates with level of serum uric acid|
|D||Uric acid crystals are best seen by polarizing light microscope|
Ans. A Abrupt increase in serum urate levels is more common a cause for acute gout than an abrupt fall in urate levels.