CLINICAL CHEMISTRY-KIDNEY

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Indicates if filtered load exceeds the ability of the tubules to reabsorb

Usually a result of mechanical obstruction (ie. gallstones, pancreatic tumor)

High levels found anywhere bilirubin turnover is increased (ie. hemolysis, liver damage)

Products of fatty acid breakdown during to insufficient carbohydrates

Semi-quantitve measure of urine concentration

Useful for suspecting adulteration or unexplained metabolic acidosis

Signify abnormal kidney filtration ("leaky")

Present as hemoglobin or myoglobin

Detects nitrate-converting bacteria

Suggests acute inflammation and/or UTI

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pH

Leukocytes

Protein

Urobilinogen

Bilirubin

Specific Gravity

Nitrite

Glucose

Ketones

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