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What conditions cause albuminuria?
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Dr. Alvin Fried
Internal Medicine - Diabetology
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In brief: Diabetes and kidney
In relation to diabetes it means that the diabetes has not been well controlled and the kidney has been damaged enough to leak protein.
Albuminuria is also present in as number of kidney diseases that are not related to diabetes.

In brief: Diabetes and kidney
In relation to diabetes it means that the diabetes has not been well controlled and the kidney has been damaged enough to leak protein.
Albuminuria is also present in as number of kidney diseases that are not related to diabetes.
Dr. Alvin Fried
Dr. Alvin Fried
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1 doctor agrees
In brief: MANY
Albuminuria is simply the finding of protein in the urine.
Particularly an ubiquitous plasma protein called albumin. There are many chronic and many acute diseases, as well as temporary and permanent conditions that can cause it. Every particular case needs to be taken in context. Infections, hypertension, chronic renal disease are just some examples.

In brief: MANY
Albuminuria is simply the finding of protein in the urine.
Particularly an ubiquitous plasma protein called albumin. There are many chronic and many acute diseases, as well as temporary and permanent conditions that can cause it. Every particular case needs to be taken in context. Infections, hypertension, chronic renal disease are just some examples.
Dr. Raul Hernandez
Dr. Raul Hernandez
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