Hypoproteinemia

What is Hypoproteinemia?

Hypoproteinemia (or hypoproteinaemia) is a condition where there is an abnormally low level of protein in the blood. There are several causes and all result in edema once serum protein levels fall below a certain threshold.

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what is normal anion gap acidosis? what is reduced/negative anion gap acidosis? what is high anion gap? what is hypoproteinemia? give examples of...

doctor1 MD

Hi,
Anion gap provides an estimate of the unmeasured anions in plasma.

Anion gap = [Measured Cations(+ions)] - [Measured Anions(-ions)]

Normal...

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Sir my sister has been suffering from chest pain for the last 2-3 weeks .she has also done x-ray,and the doctors said the her right chest is filled...

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Hi monika

kidney disease specially nephrotic syndromes lead to urinary loss of protein thereby causing their decreased level in the blood often...

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does jaundice affect sperm count and the colour is slightly yellow?by when does it become...

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Brief Answer:
Yes, altered liver function can affect sperm count

Detailed Answer:
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Yes, altered liver function , altered testosterone levels...

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