albumin:globulin ratio

al·bu·min:·glob·u·lin ra·ti·o (A:G ra·ti·o),

the ratio of albumin to globulin in the serum or in the urine in kidney disease; the normal ratio in the serum is approximately 1.55.

al·bu·min:glob·u·lin ra·ti·o

(al-bū'min-ō-glob'yū-lin rā'shē-ō)
The ratio of albumin to globulin in serum plasma or urine; the normal ratio in the serum is approximately 1.55.
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