Hematuria and Proteinuria

Hematuria is the term given for the presence of red blood cells in the urine. Red blood cells are usually not found in urine. Kidney filters keep blood out of your urine. If you have hematuria, filters in your kidneys or other parts of your urinary tract can allow blood to leak into your urine, can be caused by genetic diseases such as glomerulonephritis. 

Proteinuria is defined as an abnormally high level of protein in the urine. This may indicate kidney damage. When the kidneys are damaged, their filters release proteins from the blood into the urine, such as: B. Albumin. Treatments sought by nephrologists include dietary changes, weight management, blood pressure, and diabetes medications.

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