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pseudogout


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n. joint pain and swelling, resembling gout, caused by crystals of calcium pyrophosphate in the synovial membrane and fluid (see synovitis). It usually affects large joints (e.g. the knee) in middle-aged women. X-rays may show signs of chondrocalcinosis.

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