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Having joint pains, swelling on fingers. High uric acid levels in blood. Looking for a rheumatologist

HI Looking for Rhometologist doctor.. in bangalore female aged 46 is having a joint pains and swelling fingers, we got the set of medical test done where it was diagonised that she has high Uric level in blood she has completed the tablet course (15 days ) now the Uric level is normal but still she is not releaved with pain.. please suggest..
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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hello and thanks for the query,
well given the history I think the patient is suffering from gout with history of serum uric acid levels being high, and as you say it is wise to consult a rheumatologist and in Bangalore you can find them in multispeciality hospitals with Manipal hospital airport road, Fortis hospitals, sagar hospitals being a few.
take care.
Answered: Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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