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As noted above, gout frequency increases in linear fashion with advancing age (2,3,14,18) and is relatively rare in younger age groups, particularly among younger women (Fig. 1). Of nearly 10,000 women under the age of 50 enrolled in the Framingham Study, only 2 developed incident gout (6). 01%) of more than 500,000 at-risk women under the age of 45 years developed gout during the 1999 calendar year. 06%) of over 500,000 atrisk men who developed incident gout during the same follow-up period. Epidemiologic studies have consistently shown that men are three to six times more likely than women to develop gout (2,3,13,14,16,18).
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