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Hyperproteinemia

Hyperproteinaemia


Presentation

  • This is followed by diseases and disorders that are pertinent to that system, grouped together either anatomically or based on presenting clinical signs.[books.google.com]
  • : A Review JAHA 2012 Key learning points: Patients presenting with multiorgan derangement should be screened for amyloidosis.[imreference.com]
  • SYMPTOMS OF HIGH PROTEIN IN BLOOD Albumin and globulin are the two main types of serum proteins present in the blood. Vitamins, minerals, lipids and hormones are transported around your body by these proteins.[medifitbiologicals.com]
  • Abstract Multiple myeloma cases notoriously present bizarre clinical syndromes often diagnosed as arthritis, neuritis, severe anemias, or chronic nephritis, etc., depending on the predominance of various symptoms or findings such as pain, pallor, or urinary[annals.org]
  • Blood Plasma Level low & High / Kidney & Lever disease Presentation for Medical Biology Students VARIATIONS IN PLASMA PROTEIN LEVEL The level of plasma proteins vary independently of one another.[nhealthcare.blogspot.com]
Hypertelorism
  • […] hypersensitivity - see also Allergy Hypersomatotropism (classic) 253.0 Hypersomnia, unspecified 780.54 Hypersplenia 289.4 Hypersplenism 289.4 Hypersteatosis 706.3 Hyperstimulation, ovarian 256.1 Hypersuprarenalism 255.3 Hypersusceptibility - see Allergy Hypertelorism[icd9data.com]

Workup

Hyponatremia
  • In multivariate analysis, hyperproteinemia at the 6-hr time point predicted hyponatremia (P 0.000), and hyperproteinemia at the 24-hr time point predicted both hyponatremia and increased serum viscosity (P 0.024).[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • "Ten common pitfalls in the evaluation of patients with hyponatremia". European Journal of Internal Medicine . 29 : 22–5. doi : 10.1016/j.ejim.2015.11.022 . PMID 26706473 .[en.wikipedia.org]
  • […] the blood and therefore in dilutional hyponatremia, which is true hypertonic hypervolemic hyponatremia.[ehealthstar.com]
  • Salt and water: a simple approach to hyponatremia. CMAJ . 2004 Feb 3. 170(3):365-9. [Medline] . Zarinetchi F, Berl T. Evaluation and management of severe hyponatremia. Adv Intern Med . 1996. 41:251-83. [Medline] .[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • Hyponatremia can be broadly divided into two fundamental categories: "true hyponatremia" (in which the serum sodium concentration is truly less than normal), or "pseudohyponatremia," in which the serum sodium concentration is actually normal but erroneously[renalfellow.blogspot.com]

Treatment

  • Serum glucose, sodium, protein, viscosity, osmolality, and a calculated osmolar gap were obtained prior to therapy, 6 hr after the initiation of therapy, 24 hr after the conclusion of therapy, and on post-treatment day 10.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Each condition is described using consistent headings: definition/overview, etiology and pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, differential diagnoses, management/treatment, and prognosis.[books.google.com]
  • In the future, the study results may be used to help doctors detect Alzheimer's disease, before major symptom onset, allowing them to create more effective patient treatment plans. Similar Articles[reference.com]
  • Delayed enhancement is not very specific Nulling is very specific (but absence of it does not rule out Amyloid) Treatment (Many present now) Cardiac Amyloid: AL - type : treatment is similar to MM If good performance status is Updates in Cardiac Amyloidosis[imreference.com]
  • Treatment of the underlying infection may bring the protein level toward the normal range.[livestrong.com]

Prognosis

  • Each condition is described using consistent headings: definition/overview, etiology and pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, differential diagnoses, management/treatment, and prognosis.[books.google.com]
  • While monoclonal gammopathy raises concern over an underlying malignancy or serious condition, polyclonal gammopathy is often viewed as a normal reaction to an underlying condition; however, many of those conditions themselves carry a poor prognosis.[thebigl.co]

Etiology

  • Each condition is described using consistent headings: definition/overview, etiology and pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, differential diagnoses, management/treatment, and prognosis.[books.google.com]
  • Etiology Infection xxx Drugs Intravenous Immunoglobulin (IVIG) (see Intravenous Immunoglobulin , [[Intravenous Immunoglobulin]]) Other End-Stage Liver Disease (see End-Stage Liver Disease , [[End-Stage Liver Disease]]) Multiple Myeloma (see Multiple Myeloma[mdnxs.com]
  • The evaluation of the etiology of electrolyte disorders is mandatory before initiating specific therapy [ 3 ].[karger.com]

Epidemiology

  • ., and the Departments of Medicine and of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Address reprint requests to Dr. Butler at the Department of Medicine, University Hospitals of Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44106.[nejm.org]
  • Epidemiology, pathophysiology, and management of hyponatremic encephalopathy. Am J Med . 1997 Jan. 102(1):67-77. [Medline] . Gross P. Treatment of severe hyponatremia. Kidney Int . 2001 Dec. 60(6):2417-27. [Medline] . Gruskin AB, Sarnaik A.[emedicine.medscape.com]
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Pathophysiology

  • Each condition is described using consistent headings: definition/overview, etiology and pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, differential diagnoses, management/treatment, and prognosis.[books.google.com]
  • The pathophysiology and treatment of hyponatraemic encephalopathy: an update. Nephrol Dial Transplant . 2003 Dec. 18(12):2486-91. [Medline] . Ayus JC, Achinger SG, Arieff A.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • […] clinical disorders or settings where the test may be helpful Diagnosis and treatment of a variety of diseases involving the liver, kidney, or bone marrow, as well as other metabolic or nutritional disorders Clinical Information Discusses physiology, pathophysiology[mayomedicallaboratories.com]
  • Pathophysiology Definition of electrophoresis: This is the migration of charged solutes or particles in a liquid medium under the influence of the electrical field. Analytes of interest are: Proteins. Peptides. Aminoacids. Nucleic acid.[labpedia.net]
  • This pattern can originate from a number of pathophysiologic mechanisms; therefore, determination of its cause can be challenging.[cjasn.asnjournals.org]

Prevention

  • This, in turn, would help to prevent any increase in the transcapillary colloid osmotic pressure gradient and thus attenuate any changes in blood volume.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • This may prevent your blood from flowing easily and possibly lead to blood clots.[gammaked.com]
  • Secretory IgA prevents attachment ofIgA bacteria and viruses to mucous membranes. Does not fix complement. Produced in the primary response to an antigen. Fixes complement. DoesIgM not cross the placenta.[slideshare.net]
  • The recognition that an electrolyte disturbance may be an artifact may prevent inappropriate therapeutic interventions that could potentially have unfavorable outcomes.[karger.com]
  • Many cases of acute nongap acidosis are due to infusion of large quantities of Cl -rich solutions during resuscitation; therefore, recognition of this entity could prevent further diagnostic studies ( 14 , 16 ).[cjasn.asnjournals.org]

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