Proteinuria is the presence of excessive protein in the urine, according to WebMD. It is a common sign of kidney damage, as healthy kidneys prevent excessive amounts of protein from passing into urine. More »

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Proteinuria treatment can include medications, diet changes, and lifestyle changes such as exercising, losing weight and quitting smoking, states the National Kidney Foundation. Doctors perform various tests to determine... More »

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The medical tem for protein in urine is proteinuria, according to WebMD. Proteinuria is defined as an extra amount of protein in a urine sample. More »

A likely cause of foamy urine is proteinuria, or excessive protein in the urine, states Mayo Clinic. Excess protein in urine can indicate kidney problems or other serious ailments, notes Vetinfo. More »

The presence of squamous cells in urine does not imply that there is a medical problem, according to WebMD. It may mean that the urine sample is not as pure as it needs to be, and the doctor administrating the test may a... More »

Treating proteinuria or protein in the urine depends on the underlying issue, since proteinuria is not a remarkable disease, notes WebMD. Mild cases of proteinuria may need no treatment at all. However, if a serious ailm... More »

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