Renal potassium losses may be caused by ifosfamide, cisplatin, or lysozymuria
in some patients with leukemia, [14, 22].
Prerenal proteinuria (Bence Jones proteinuria), attributable to overproduction of light chains in monoclonal diseases, or lysozymuria
in patients with leukemia and the resulting overload of tubulo-interstitial reabsorption in the kidney often lead to secondary kidney damage.
There are parallels between myeloma with BJP proteinuria and AML with lysozymuria
in that, in both cases, there is an overflow proteinuria.