cyclic albuminuria

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cy·clic al·bu·min·ur·i·a

a functional albuminuria sometimes observed intermittently in cycles of 12-36 hours' duration, chiefly in younger persons; the degree of albuminuria is usually slight.

cyclic albuminuria

Presence of small amounts of albumin in the urine at regular diurnal intervals, esp. in childhood and adolescence.
See also: albuminuria