High levels of Uric Acid in the urine can cause Uric Acid stones. This may be associated with gout or high levels of Uric Acid in the blood.
Hyperuricosuria refers to elevated levels of Uric Acid in the urine. This may occur for no particular cause (idiopathic) or related to various conditions including obesity, gout and some malignancies.
Hyperuricaemia is where there are elevated levels of Uric Acid in the blood. This may be picked up on a blood test. Uric acid crystals may form in joints (gout), in the skin or in the kidneys.