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Explanation: The Dorland medical dictionary gives uricemia as an alternative term for hyperuricemia (UK spelling: hyperuricaemia).
Hyperuric(a)emia: "excess of uric acid or urates in the blood". Dorland adds that this condition is also called "uricacidemia", formerly "lithemia".
Explanation: Uricaemia is presence of uric acid and minerals in urine (minerals as MSU - monosodium urate ...), see article by E.Pascaul: Management of Crystal Arthritis. www.rheumatology.oupjournal.org
hyperuricaemia - is excesive secretion of uric acid.
In your article you see two data: urea 2,6 and urikemie 308, which is number of presence MSU and other minerals.
"Prophylaxis appears to be particularly important when initiating a petient on hypouricaemic drugs, since it is said that reduction of uricaemia may trigger attacks of gout."