Your triglycerides are very high (should be less than 150) and HDL is too low (higher levels are better). A high triglyceride and low HDL (Good cholesterol) denotes risk for heart disease and artery diseases. Read this resource;
Trace of the proteins can be due to various diseases of kidney including diabetes and needs to be further investigated by various other blood tests like blood sugar profile and ultrasound of the kidneys etc.
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Ultrasound of the abdomen is done to see anatomical changes in the kidneys, liver, spleen, pancreas, bladder and prostate, mainly. Usually these changes are not seen for changes related to diabetes. except in the advanced cases. The ultrasound can be done for various reasons; namely screening, according to your clinical manifestations, and other reasons.
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