proteinuria


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Wikipedia.

proteinuria

[‚prōt·ən′u̇r·ē·ə]
(medicine)
The presence of protein in the urine.
References in periodicals archive ?
22 Proteinuria being the indicator of renal damage showed continuous rise in its levels.
Antes de la aplicacion del rituximab los pacientes cursaban con dos a cinco recaidas por ano: en el seguimiento a un ano se encontro una disminucion del numero de recaidas (figura 1); sin embargo, al ano de seguimiento todos los pacientes cursaron de nuevo con proteinuria en el rango nefrotico (la mediana de la proteinuria al inicio del tratamiento fue de 82 mg/[m.
Well documented test for the diagnosis of proteinuria has been the timed collection of urine over 24 hrs.
2]) and in those with low muscle mass or nephrotic-range proteinuria.
Because albumin-content was approximately 15%, a tubular proteinuria was considered.
Renal disorders caused by sports activities first were reported in 1878, after observing the incidence of proteinuria in soldiers, who had hard physical activities [29].
However, coffee will increase inflammation and proteinuria.
Reviews of maternal mortality data have shown that waiting for proteinuria to present can result in delayed intervention or missed diagnosis, as not all women with preedampsia will develop proteinuria.
Presence of at least one of the findings including nephrolithiasis, nephrocalcinosis, hypophosphatemia, renal failure, amino aciduria, ricketts or positive family history associated with hypercalciuria and LMW proteinuria constitute the clinical diagnostic criteria of Dent's disease (12).
As for proteinuria testing in adults taking ACE inhibitors or ARBs, there might be a more nuanced benefit, Dr.
A snapshot of the global therapeutic scenario for Proteinuria.