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- n. The presence of excessive amounts of protein in the urine.
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- n. Excessive protein in the urine.
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- n. the presence of excessive protein (chiefly albumin but also globulin) in the urine; usually a symptom of kidney disorder
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The detection of protein in urine, called proteinuria, is a method used to identify several medical problems, including schistosomiasis, urinary tract infection, and renal disease.
Nephrotic syndrome is a condition characterized by excessive spilling of protein into the urine, a condition called proteinuria.
Chronic kidney disease progresses over the course of years, with its phases determined according to two criteria: the presence of protein in the urine, known as proteinuria, and how effectively the kidneys are processing waste products.
The first sign of chronic Cadmium intoxication is the appearance in the urine of low-molecular weight proteins ( 'proteinuria').
Markers of kidney dysfunction such as proteinuria or albuminuria have been reported to be associated with coronary heart disease, but the consistency and strength of any such relationship has not been clearly defined.
Maternal tachycardia and proteinuria suggested impending maternal mirror syndrome, where the maternal condition begins to “mirror” that of the sick fetus.
If your symptoms are mild such as blood pressure over 140/90, proteinuria, and fluid retention, treatment usually includes decreased activity or bed rest, blood pressure checks, and close observation.
A urine test will show proteinuria, and routine blood pressure checks will discover high blood pressure.
It typically occurs after the twentieth week of pregnancy, and the first signs are gestational hypertension and proteinuria protein in the urine.
That Crestor "was significantly more likely to be associated with the composite end point of rhabdomyolysis, proteinuria, nephropathy, or renal failure," than other drugs?