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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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Radiographs revealed increased radiodensity and thickness of the descending aorta and a pectoral mass, and blood test results revealed anemia, hypocalcemia, hypoproteinemia, and hyperuricemia.
Obesity, diabetes mellitus, anemia, hypoproteinemia, smoking and steroids have negative effects on wound healing [5, 17, 24, 7].
In their study, there were significant associations between fistula development and T4 category, alcohol consumption, postoperative anemia, and hypoproteinemia.
Common clinical manifestations of neuropsychiatric systemic lupus erythematosus patients Clinical manifestations n % Fever 42 55 Rash 32 42 Oral ulcer 11 14 Arthritis 21 28 Cutaneous vasculitis 23 30 Gastrointestinal vasculitis 5 7 Serositis 12 16 Hemolytic anemia 14 18 Leukopenia 21 28 Thrombocytopenia 22 29 Hypoproteinemia 21 28 Proteinuria 46 61 Table 2.
Serum protein electrophoresis revealed hypoproteinemia (65 g/L; reference interval, 68-73 g/L), associated with decreased [gamma] globulins (4 g/L; reference interval, 9-15 g/L) but without a detectable paraprotein band.
The opposite phenomenon of pseudohypernatremia can also occur as a result of severe hypoproteinemia.
Underwood [37] reported that deficiencies of copper in infants can lead to anemia and hypoproteinemia and no deficiency of copper in adult has been reported.
Regardless of its reason, the presence of interstitial oedema, whether due to a deteriorated autonomic regulation, hypersensitivity or hypoproteinemia, provides a suitable environment to trigger the pathological calcification of the bone (1).
A total of 451 consecutive patients with pleural effusions were studied: three hundred patients with exudative pleural effusions due to pneumonia, tuberculous pleurisy, malignant effusions from primary and metastatic lung cancers, malignant pleural mesothelioma, and 151 with transudative pleural effusions due to heart failure, hypoproteinemia, liver cirrhosis, chronic renal failure, nephrotic syndrome.
It was also found to have Hypoproteinemia -- a deficiency of protein in the blood -- and had infected limbs caused by a lack of movement.
One month later, the anemia, hypoproteinemia, eosinophilia, and pericarditis were reduced significantly.
Their impact on humans is generally more severe because they feed on blood and tissue fluids after invading the mucosal lining, causing iron deficiency anemia and hypoproteinemia.