What tests do doctors use to diagnose and monitor kidney disease to check for kidney disease health care providers use a blood test that checks how well your kidneys are filtering your blood called gfr gfr stands for glomerular filtration rate a urine test to check for albumin. Damaged kidneys can leak microscopic amounts of protein these are too small to be found with standard tests but can be an early warning sign special dipsticks or tests can find the protein if you have diabetes you are at a higher risk for kidney disease have a urine test for microalbumin at least once a year. The following tests and exams play a key role in finding a cause for blood in your urine physical exam which includes a discussion of your medical history urine tests even if your bleeding was discovered through urine testing urinalysis youre likely to have another test to see if your urine still contains red blood cells. Diagnostic test list for blood in urine the list of diagnostic tests mentioned in various sources as used in the diagnosis of blood in urine includes physical examination examine for signs of anemia temperature may suggest urinary tract infection lupus erythematosus infective endocarditis. Learn about the urinalysis test urine tests can be used to test for drugs pregnancy or diseases and conditions such as urinary tract or kidney infection kidney stones kidney failure diabetes or high blood pressure can be diagnosed or monitored
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