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1,391 Possible Causes for Proteinuria, Weight Gain

  • Preeclampsia

    OBJECTIVE: Excessive gestational weight gain is linked to risk of preeclampsia, but it is not clear whether the association is causal.[] CONCLUSIONS: The severity of preeclampsia cannot be determined by the level of proteinuria.[] Extraordinary bodyweight gain can herald the occurrence of preeclampsia and this weight gain together with signs of preeclampsia can ameliorate even during pregnancy, although[]

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    Passing out during exercise Poor appetite Weight loss or lack of weight gain can be seen even in older children.[] As renal dysfunction became more severe, the risk of CHF increased considerably (25% for gross proteinuria and 54% for ESRD).[] Another symptom is weight gain (when fluid builds up).[]

  • Acute Kidney Failure

    Causes of Obesity & Weight Gain How to Lose Weight & Prevent Being Obese? Are you dealing with obesity problems?[] He suffered from proteinuria (4.3g/day), hematuria, hypertention (190/110mmHg), edema, oliguria and erysipelas.[] Proteinuria A large cohort study demonstrated that proteinuria coupled with low baseline GFR is associated with a higher incidence of AKI and should be considered as an identifying[]

  • Nephrotic Syndrome

    Prednisone can cause increased appetite mood changes; he may be moody or irritable while taking the medicine weight gain Weigh your child as directed and record his weight[] However, whether furosemide treatment affects massive proteinuria-induced TEC injury in patients with NS is unknown.[] , constipation, diarrhea, vomiting, pyrexia, weight gain, increased appetite, decreased appetite, nasal congestion, acne, rash, and cardiac hypertrophy.[]

  • Cushing Syndrome

    Despite being rare in clinical practice, in a child with weight gain, hirsuitism and growth failure the diagnosis must be considered.[] CASE: A 6.5-year-old boy with B cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) came with excessive weight gain, headache, and irritability over last 2 months.[] These can include: Weight gain Thinning skin which can bruise easily Reddish-purple stretch marks on the arms, legs, breasts, thighs, stomach and buttocks It can also cause[]

  • Lipoid Nephrosis

    Prolonged use of corticosteroids can lead to immunosuppression (leading to infection), growth compications, weight gain. [6] Adults [ edit ] While most adults with minimal[] proteinuria.[] gain (from fluid retention) Minimal change disease does not reduce the amount of urine produced.[]

  • Lupus Nephritis

    Lupus Nephritis Symptoms Symptoms of lupus nephritis may include: Swelling of the extremities, face Weight gain Hypertension Dark or foamy urine More frequent urination Blood[] METHOD: A retrospective study of proteinuria and renal function observed in LN patients with persistent proteinuria after adding a second immunosuppressant at 3, 6, 9 and[] They may include: Weight gain High blood pressure Dark urine Foamy, frothy urine The need to urinate during the night Not all urinary or kidney problems in people with lupus[]

  • Ascites

    gain.[] The ascites formation persisted despite exclusion of a surgical complication, fully functioning kidney and pancreas allografts, lack of any significant proteinuria, normalization[] […] dl that does not improve with withdrawal of diuretics, volume expansion with albumin, absence of obstructive or parenchymal renal disease (indicated by ultrasonography, proteinuria[]

  • Chronic Right-Sided Congestive Heart Failure

    Fluid retention often results in weight gain. A common symptom is fatigue, which may be related to reduced blood flow to organs and muscles.[] Call your doctor or other health care provider when you notice: Weight gain of 2-3 pounds in one day Shortness of breath Increase in fatigue Swelling in your ankles or belly[] Passing out during exercise Poor appetite Weight loss or lack of weight gain can be seen even in older children.[]

  • Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis

    He was mildly overweight (BMI 26.9 kg/m2) due to an increased weight gain (10 kg) over the past year.[] 2.1 g/day; albumin 3.2 g/dL; case 2: GFR 86 mL/min, proteinuria 3.03 g/day, albumin 3.4 g/dL; case 3: GFR 142 mL/min, proteinuria 6.3 g/day, albumin 3.23 g/dL).[] CASE PRESENTATION: A 53-year-old Caucasian man, previously healthy, with no history of hypertension, alcohol use or smoking presented with rapid weight gain, massive peripheral[]

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