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Noun1.hypoproteinemia - abnormally low level of protein in the blood; can indicate inadequate diet or intestinal or renal disorders
symptom - (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
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Preoperative parameters namely delayed presentation (> 72 hours), presence of shock at admission, anaemia, hypoproteinaemia should guide one to choose Ileostomy over Primary Closure.
contortus is generally considered to be the most prevalent and pathogenic nematode species of small ruminants in tropical and subtropical areas [12, 17, 19]; is associated with anaemia and hypoproteinaemia due to blood-feeding activity.
KEY WORDS: Endo-parasites, Prevalence, Vicinity, protozoan parasites, Helminth parasites, Hypoproteinaemia, Mortality, Growth, Grazing, Pasture
Anasarca in chelonians (turtle/tortoise) is an occasionally seen condition with guarded to poor prognosis and has been ascribed to circulatory failure, renal failure or hypoproteinaemia (Chitty and Raftery, 2013).
This is a rare but severe disorder characterised by heavy proteinuria, hypoproteinaemia and oedema presenting in the first 3 months of life.
Leaky capillaries, often compounded by hypoproteinaemia, predispose these patients to extravascular fluid extravasation.
Anaemia with hypoproteinaemia 2 Total 100 Table-3: Correlative findings with tuberculous pleural effusion (N = 80) Correlative Findings Positive N (<%) Negative N (<%) Past history 11 (13.
Laboratory reports showed anaemia, hypoproteinaemia, hyperbilirubinemia of 5.
Among helminthes, gastrointestinal nematodes significantly affect the production of sheep due to reduction in appetite, loss of body condition, anemia, hypoproteinaemia, impaired digestive absorptive efficiency, other pathogenic complications and even death of animals (FAO, 1974; Barger, 1982; Steel and Symons, 1982; Holmes, 1986).
In patients with major malabsorption problems giving rise to anaemia, steatorrhoea, hypoproteinaemia or vitamin B12 deficiency, resection of the affected segment with end-to-end anastomosis can be effective.