Myoglobinuria

What is Myoglobinuria?

Myoglobinuria is the presence of myoglobin in the urine, usually associated with rhabdomyolysis or muscle destruction. Myoglobin is present in muscle cells as a reserve of oxygen.

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my lab results showed a trace amount of occult blood in my urine,I am a 57 yr old male that has been treated for prodtistis and blood in my seman...

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Firstly, occult blood means detection of presence of blood by chemical or microscopical examination in a...

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Chronic Denervation or ‘Neurogenic Disorder’
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I am 53 and have a mild neuromuscular disorder but with debilitating fatigue. In...

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From the description, it looks like you are suffering from chronic (childhood onset) minimally progressive...

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Last night before I went to bed, I started to get pain in my right side front, and back like a lower back ace that radiated around to my upper hip....

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Emergency

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The events that you describe sounds a serious problem. You seem to be releasing...

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