In Gout we have sometimes a deposit of urate of soda in the cellular tissue opposite the small joints.
If the turbidity is owing to the urate it will disappear; if to chyle it will remain.
I look for urate of ammonia, that constantly-recurring product of the various stages of the metamorphoses.
Guano derives its principal value as a manure from the presence of urate of ammonium.
Guano acts as a source of ammonia, containing much oxalate and urate of ammonia, with some phosphates.
The gouty concretions of the joints, popularly known as chalk-stones, consist chiefly of urate of sodium.
It is possible—as in urate infarcts of infants—for urates to be molded into cylindric bodies within the renal tubules.
urate of sodium occurs as the concretions known as chalk stones in gout.
Heintz states that they are a mixture of urate of sodium with small quantities of the urates of ammonium, lime, and magnesium.
The fces of the boa constrictor consist of little else than urate of ammonium.
urate u·rate (yur'āt')
A salt of uric acid.