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Clinical differentiation between gout, osteoarthritis (OA), and calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease (CPPD) remains a hurdle in daily practice without imaging or arthrocentesis. We performed a retrospective analysis of consecutive patients with gout, CPPD, and OA at a tertiary rheumatology center. A total of 277 patients were enrolled, with 164 suffering from gout, 76 from CPPD, and 37 from OA. We used ANOVA and conditional inference tree analysis (Ctrees) to find associations betweendoi:10.3390/diagnostics11060924 pmid:34063875 fatcat:u6txosmorre57pq5q4epfpqole