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What are the normal readings for microalbuminuria?
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Dr. Marina Landa
Pathology
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In brief: Between 30–300 mg/24
Microalbuminuria can be diagnosed from a 24-hour urine collection (between 30–300 mg/24 hours) or, more commonly, from elevated concentrations in a spot sample (30 to 300 mg/l).
Both must be measured on at least two of three measurements over a two- to three-month period.[1] an Albumin level above the upper limit values is called 'macroalbuminuria', or sometimes just albuminuria.

In brief: Between 30–300 mg/24
Microalbuminuria can be diagnosed from a 24-hour urine collection (between 30–300 mg/24 hours) or, more commonly, from elevated concentrations in a spot sample (30 to 300 mg/l).
Both must be measured on at least two of three measurements over a two- to three-month period.[1] an Albumin level above the upper limit values is called 'macroalbuminuria', or sometimes just albuminuria.
Dr. Marina Landa
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Dr. Alvin Fried
Internal Medicine - Diabetology
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In brief: 30-300 mg/day
Microalbuminuria is Albumin excretion between 30 and 300 mg/ day.
The normal kidney will put out less than 20 mg/day., .

In brief: 30-300 mg/day
Microalbuminuria is Albumin excretion between 30 and 300 mg/ day.
The normal kidney will put out less than 20 mg/day., .
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