A morbid condition in which albumin is present in the urine.
Sometimes called proteinuria, albuminuria is is defined as abnormally large quantities of protein in the urine. While it can be the sign of renal disease, it is often a sign of other problems such as hypertension or heart failure and a warning sign of pre-eclampsia. It can also be the result of heavy exercise or heart failure.
A condition where the presence of easily detectable amounts of serum protein, serum globulin and others. It can be one of the symptoms of pre-eclampsia. Its presence is not always a sign of a problem since it can be found in normal people after vigorous exercise.
The presence of an excess of serum protein in the urine.
a condition in which the urine has more than normal amounts of a protein called albumin. Albuminuria may be a sign of nephropathy ( kidney disease).
the presence of albumin in the urine
Loss of albumin (one of the vital proteins in the body) in the urine.
Presence of albumin, derived from plasma, in the urine. RT microalbuminuria, proteinuria.
occurs when a protein called albumin is found in the urine above a specified level - indicates potential kidney damage
more than normal amounts of albumin in the urine and an early indicator of diabetic nephropathy.
Albumin (protein) in the urine. Albuminuria may be a sign of kidney disease.
Abnormal amounts of a protein (called albumin) in the urine. Albuminuria may be one of the first signs that the kidneys are possibly starting to decline.This is known as nephrotic syndrome.
Albuminuria is term used when protein is found in the urine. Protein in the urine can be symptomatic of some prental complications and is probably tested for at your prenatal visits. --See also Proteinuria.
A condition where too much protein (albumin) is secreted in the urine, usually an indication of kidney disease. When only tiny amounts of albumin are excreted this is called microalbuminuria.
Albuminuria is a pathological condition where albumin is present in the urine.