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the normal liver can synthesize albumin at a rate of 10–12 g daily. How, then, does a daily urinary protein loss of 3.5 g result in hypoalbuminaemia? This can be partly explained by increased catabolism of reabsorbed protein, largely albumin, in the proximal tubules, even though the rate of albumin synthesis is increased.
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