hyperalbuminemia

hyperalbuminemia

 [hi″per-al-bu″mĭ-ne´me-ah]
excessive albumin content of the blood.

hyperalbuminemia

(hī″pĕr-ăl-bū″mĭ-nē′mē-ă) [″ + L. albumen, white of egg, + Gr. haima, blood]
Increased albumin in the blood.
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All laboratory values are within normal limits except for mild hypophosphatemia (3.7 mg/dL) and mild hyperalbuminemia (4.9 g/dL) on admission, which may have been related to her nutritional status.
Additionally, exposure of gazelles to hot summer conditions resulted in serum hyperalbuminemia indicating an adjustable mechanism to maintain blood volume by inducing water movement into the vascular system (More et al., 1980; Alamer, 2006).
This is manifested by skeletal muscle loss and hyperalbuminemia [14-16].
PAN-induced nephrotic syndrome causes hypoalbuminemia with increased plasma T-Chol and TG, and the albumin overload caused hyperalbuminemia with increased plasma-free fatty acids [38].
It could also suggest the need to evaluate IMA values together with those of albumin to avoid possible false-positive or--negative values in individuals with hypo-or hyperalbuminemia.