hypoalbuminemia

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hypoalbuminemia

 [hi″po-al-bu″mĭ-ne´me-ah]
abnormally low levels of albumin in the blood.

hy·po·al·bu·mi·ne·mi·a

(hī'pō-al-byū'mi-nē'mē-ă),
An abnormally low concentration of albumin in the blood.
Synonym(s): hypalbuminemia

hypoalbuminemia

↓ Albumin in circulation–normal 32-56 g/L, US: 3.2-5.6 g/dL; albumin has a central role in maintaining oncotic pressure, as it comprises23 of the protein in circulation; it is also a major repository for amino acids, and is a carrier protein for many organic and inorganic ligands

hy·po·al·bu·mi·ne·mi·a

(hī'pō-al-bū'mi-nē'mē-ă)
An abnormally low concentration of albumin in the blood.
Synonym(s): hypalbuminemia, hypoalbuminaemia.

hy·po·al·bu·mi·ne·mi·a

(hī'pō-al-bū'mi-nē'mē-ă)
An abnormally low concentration of albumin in the blood.
Synonym(s): hypalbuminemia, hypoalbuminaemia.
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From this analysis preoperative hypoalbuminaemia, anastomotic leak, requirement for stoma, and increasing lymph node ratio were all identified as having a potential association with a longer wait to commencement of adjuvant chemotherapy (P < 0.100).
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Biological analysis revealed, a malabsorption syndrome (hypoalbuminaemia 20 g/L, lipid 0.7 g/L, iron deficiency anemia: Hb 6 gr/dL), a spontaneously low prothrombin-time and elevated liver enzymes (2 times normal).
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Biochemical investigations revealed a haemoglobin value of 9g/dl and marked hypoalbuminaemia with serum albumin of 12g/l (normal- 36-44g/l).
The inclusion criteria were nephrotic patients with proteinuria of greater than 3gm/24 hours in adults and hypoalbuminaemia of less than 2.5g/dl, non-nephrotic range proteinuria with evidence of hypertension/ hematuria/deranged renal function or active sediments on urine microscopy (Nephritic syndrome in adults and children), steroid resistant nephrotic syndrome in children, steroid dependant nephrotic syndrome in children and relapsing nephrotic Syndrome.