A 34-year-old member asked:
Why is glucose excreted through your urine in diabetic nephropathy?
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Family Medicine 30 years experience
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Internal Medicine 27 years experience
See below.: Glucose is not just lost in diabetic nephropathy. Glucose is lost into urine when blood glucose concentrations exceed about 150 mg/dl. This is the renal threshhold for glucose.
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Last updated Nov 21, 2013
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