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  1. ... to autoimmune diseases, but they affect different parts of the immune system. Kidney disease High cholesterol Iron-deficiency anemia Multiple myeloma Lymphoma Certain infections Low protein levels ...
  2. ... hematocrit levels are too low, it may indicate: Anemia Nutritional deficiency of iron, vitamin B-12, or folate Kidney disease A bone marrow disease Certain cancers such as ...
  3. ... tissue damage. It can help diagnose a number of different conditions including: Recent heart attack Anemia Kidney disease Liver disease, including hepatitis and cirrhosis Pulmonary embolism , ...
  4. ... disease. Disorders that cause high LDH levels include: Anemia Kidney disease Liver disease Muscle injury Heart attack Pancreatitis Infections, including meningitis , encephalitis , and infectious mononucleosis (mono) Certain types of cancer, including lymphoma and leukemia . A higher than ...
  5. ... enough B vitamins. Aplastic anemia , a type of anemia that happens when the bone marrow isn't able to make enough blood cells. Bone marrow failure , which may be caused by an infection or cancer. Kidney disease Cirrhosis , scarring of the liver These test results are often compared ...
  6. ... extra fluid from your body. If you have kidney disease , this waste material can build up in your blood and may lead to serious health problems, including high blood pressure , anemia , and heart disease . The test measures the amount of urea nitrogen in your blood. Urea nitrogen is ...
  7. ... of Health and Human Services; What is Hemolytic Anemia?; [updated 2014 Mar 21; ... and Kidney Diseases [Internet]. Bethesda (MD): U.S. Department of Health and ...
  8. ... variety of conditions, including: Iron deficiency Different types of anemia Thalassemia Sickle cell anemia Chronic liver disease Kidney disease Colorectal Cancer Most likely your doctor will ...
  9. ... but it is made in a different part of the heart. Metabolic panel to check for kidney disease, which has similar symptoms to heart failure Complete blood count to check for anemia or other blood disorders References American Heart Association [ ...
  10. ... acidosis include: Sepsis Shock Heart failure Lung disease Anemia Type B lactic acidosis may be caused by one of the following conditions: Liver disease Leukemia Kidney disease Strenuous exercise If you had a spinal ...
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