Tag Archives: monoclonal gammopathy

Case 91 – summary

Thank you for all your contributions this week! This week we had a look at MGUS (monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance). Our patient was diagnosed with IgA lambda MGUS, which was monitored 6 monthly for 4 years. This then progresses … Continue reading

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Case 91 – update 2

We have been monitoring our patient 6 monthly for 4 years. His para protein has been slowly rising and was 10g/l on his last visit 3 months ago. He has been bought to clinic slightly earlier to monitor his paraprotein. … Continue reading

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Case 91 – update 1

So our patient has been seen by haematology. He initially presented with shoulder pain. Following X-ray and MRI this has been shown to be due to osteoarthritis with no evidence of lytic lesions. Bone marrow had shown a normocellular marrow … Continue reading

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Case 91 – the beginning

Welcome to this week’s TeamHaem case! This week we start in general practice. A 70 year old man saw your colleague complaining of shoulder pain. Some bloods were done as he was due his ‘well man’ bloods around the same … Continue reading

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