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In the 62 years since the first edition of this textbook was published, virtually every area of medicine has evolved substantially and many new areas have emerged. In , when the first edition appeared, peptic ulcer disease was thought to be caused by stress, nearly every tumor that was not resected resulted in death, rheumatic heart disease was widely prevalent, and hepatitis B and HIV infection were unknown. In the intervening years, both the infectious cause of and the cure for peptic ulcer disease were identified; advances in diagnosis and treatment made it possible to cure two-thirds of cancers; rheumatic heart disease virtually disappeared; atherosclerotic coronary artery disease waxed and then—at least in part through management of modifiable risk factors—began to wane; hepatitis B and its consequences, cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma, became preventable by a vaccine; and HIV, first viewed as a uniformly fatal worldwide scourge, became a treatable chronic disease. During this same period, the amount of information required for the effective practice of medicine grew unabated, and learning options for students, residents, and practicing physicians also burgeoned to include multiple sources of information in print and electronic formats. The print version of the 18th edition is more reader-friendly in several respects: the book is printed in type that is easier to read than prior editions, the graphics and tables have been enhanced for ease of interpretation, and more than new figures are included. This improved format requires publication of the print edition in two volumes conveniently divided by subject matter. A DVD accompanies the book and contains additional e-chapters, videos, and atlases; its image bank includes figures and photographs from the book that can be incorporated into slide presentations. All chapters have been extensively updated by experts in the field. In addition, this edition includes 25 new chapters and more than new authors. The pathophysiologic approach to evaluating patients on the basis of their presentation continues to receive emphasis in an enriched section on the cardinal manifestations of disease.

In humans, over half the antioxidant capacity of blood plasma comes from hydrogen urate ion.

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The Dalmatian dog has a genetic defect in uric acid uptake by the liver and kidneys , resulting in decreased conversion to allantoin, so this breed excretes uric acid, and not allantoin, in the urine. In birds and reptiles , and in some desert dwelling mammals such as the kangaroo rat , uric acid also is the end-product of purine metabolism, but it is excreted in feces as a dry mass.

This involves a complex metabolic pathway that is energetically costly in comparison to processing of other nitrogenous wastes such as urea from the urea cycle or ammonia , but has the advantages of reducing water loss and preventing dehydration.

Platynereis dumerilii , a marine polychaete worm, uses uric acid as a sexual pheromone. The female of the species releases uric acid into the water during mating , to induce males to release sperm.

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Likewise, uric acid concentrations in urine above and below normal are known as hyperuricosuria and hypouricosuria. Uric acid levels in saliva may be associated with blood uric acid levels. See more. Explain Medicine.

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