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Does this mean that kidney function is normal. I am 73 years old and GFR is 66.
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This means you have no significant albumin in the urine. Your kidney function seems consistent with your age. Just on the basis of this information - and assuming your kidney function isn't declining further - there seems to be no cause for concern. Obviously, you din't include any other information about yourself so. I can only comment on these tests alone.

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