gestational proteinuria

ges·ta·tion·al pro·tein·u·ri·a

the presence of proteinuria during or under the influence of pregnancy in the absence of hypertension, edema, renal infection, or known intrinsic renovascular disease.
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ges·ta·tion·al pro·tein·u·ri·a

(jes-tā'shŭn-ăl prō'tē-nyūr'ē-ă)
The presence of protein in urine during or under the influence of pregnancy in the absence of hypertension, edema, renal infection, or known intrinsic renovascular disease.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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* Gestational proteinuria. Persistent proteinuria on dipstick [greater than or equal to]1+ or a daily urine protein of [greater than or equal to]300 mg in the absence of hypertension measured after 20 weeks' gestation.
The incidence of gestational proteinuria was also higher in the super-obese than the morbidly obese group, being 4 (8.6%) and 2 (3.0%), respectively (p=0.22).
Gestational proteinuria (without hypertension) was characterized by a positive dipstick test (++/+++), corresponding to the definition of preeclampsia.
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