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From Little Rock, Arkansas, USA:

What is a normal range for microalbumin in people with diabetes?


The normal range for people with diabetes should be the same as for people without diabetes.

If you are confirming an individual test, you need to remember that different laboratories may use different technique, and they may express the results in different units. In the U.S., they are required by law however to give their normal range for the test on the report, so that it is always wise to confirm the meaning of any result with the doctor or the laboratory.


Original posting 3 Aug 2001
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