hypoproteinemia


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abnormally low level of protein in the blood

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Initial laboratory tests showed in serum: low albumin concentration 1.7 g/dL, hypoproteinemia 2.8 g/dL, hypocalcemia (Ca total 1.7 mmol/L, Ca corrected 2.16 mmol/L), slightly elevated alkaline phosphatase (194 IU/L) and parathyroid hormone level (189 pg/mL), vitamin D deficiency (13.3 ng/mL), lymphopenia (0.7/uL) with normal other morphological values (Hb 16.6 g/dL, WBC 7.73 x [10.sup.9]/L, PLT 412 000/uL), inflammatory parameters within normal levels, liver and kidney function tests and indicators of the coagulation system.
Alopecia has been reported at various grades, and hypoalbuminemia and hypoproteinemia are usually present in these cases (23).
It has been reported that everolimus treatment relieves diarrhea and requires less replacement therapy for hypoproteinemia.
The exclusion criteria were as follows: (1) a history of abdominal surgery; (2) a preoperative diagnosis of distant metastasis; (3) the cancer was not a primary tumor; (4) generally severe medical conditions of the patient including severe anemia, hypoproteinemia, or liver and kidney dysfunction; (5) emergency surgery; (6) the patient underwent prophylactic ileostomy; and (7) the patient received neoadjuvant therapy before surgery.
Conditions affecting cortisol-binding globulin (estrogen hormone, as in pregnancy or the use of oral contraceptives or hypoproteinemia such as nephrotic syndrome) may also affect cortisol values [12].
Particularly in children, infection can lead to iron-deficiency anemia and hypoproteinemia, with subsequent edema, atrophy of the intestinal mucosa, and decreased absorption [3, 17].
Laboratory data revealed abnormal results; she had neutrophilic leukocytosis (white blood cells were 19,600/[mm.sup.3] with 96.1% neutrophils, 1.2% lymphocytes and 2.4% monocytes), hypoproteinemia (6.6 g/dl), and hypoalbuminemia (3.6 g/dl).
Meanwhile, as the majority of circulating thyroid hormones bound to protein, severe protein losses and hypoproteinemia in DN may lead to thyroid hormone depletion, commonly manifest low T3 levels [50].
[11] This could be due to severe hypoproteinemia. Pleural fluid glucose level was decreased in most patients but never zero.
Other causes of hypoproteinemia were anorexia, dehydration and diarrhea in IBDV infected birds.
Additionally, there are secondary characteristics, such as skin rash, jaundice, edema, pleural or pericardial effusions, hypoproteinemia and hyponatremia, and elevated transaminases and lactate dehydrogenase (18).
A generalized capillary leak and acute shift of protein-rich fluid from the intravascular compartment into the third space may lead to hypoproteinemia, oliguria, acute renal failure and increased blood viscosity with changes in coagulation parameters resulting in severe morbidity and possible mortality due to thromboembolic events (4).
Decreased levels of TIBC may indicate anemia of chronic disease such as hemolytic anemia, hemochromatosis, chronic liver disease, hypoproteinemia, malnutrition, pernicious anemia, and sickle cell anemia [40].
GA measurements also have been shown to be affected by hyperuricemia, uremia, high doses of aspirin, hypoproteinemia, age, albuminuria, cirrhosis, thyroid dysfunction, and smoking.