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What does gout in ankle look like?
Gout in the ankle is easily misdiagnosed because it can look like a sprain. Ankle gout presents as swelling in the ankle and the area around the ankle. There is also inflammation and extreme pain. The inflammation causes the ankle area to be discolored. The color can range from pink to red, and can even be purplish.


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