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elevationof the rate of glomerular filtrationof the kidneys.
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A high protein intake should also lead to chronic glomerular hyperfiltration; yet neither animal appears to develop progressive renal failure.
The secondary purpose of the BP med is to slow down my hyperfiltration in my kidneys.
In primary aldosteronism, sonographic evidence of decreased intrarenal vascular resistance is associated with glomerular hyperfiltration.
Elevated urinary albumin excretion has been reported in primary aldosteronism and might partially reflect reversible abnormalities initiated by glomerular hyperfiltration.
Reverse Osmosis utilises a fine membrane to filter water - known as hyperfiltration.
In initial phases of the DN the kidneys may be increased in size due to hyperfiltration and hypertrophy; in advanced stages there will be atrophy with diminution of size and diminution or loss of the cortico-medullary differentiation.
Hemodynamic factors that cause glomerular hyperfiltration are another mechanism of renal damage.