Perplexed by Proteinuria? Here's Help
Squires, Richard A. (2004) Perplexed by Proteinuria? Here's Help. Proceedings of the Companion Animal Society of the New Zealand Veterinary Association. Annual Seminars of the Companion Animal Society of the New Zealand Veterinary Association , 2004, New Zealand , pp. 129-143.
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Proteinuria—an abnormally high concentration of protein in urine—is often detected as an incidental finding during routine laboratory screening of pre-operative, geriatric and ill patients. Sometimes an astute clinician will suspect the presence of proteinuria in a particular patient and will test specifically for it. Heavy proteinuria is usually caused by glomerular disease and the vast majority of the protein leaking through damaged glomeruli is albumin.
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