A 22-year-old member asked:
Can hemolytic anemia cause albumin in the urine?
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Pathology 23 years experience
Indirectly: Yes, if it damages your kidneys, which may then "leak" Albumin in the urine.
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Urology 9 years experience
Hemolytic anemia: It can produce hemoglobinuria which is a breakdown product of hemoglobin.
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Last updated Nov 10, 2018
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