Tag Archives: Waldrenstroms

Case 97 – Summary

This week we looked at a neuropathy presenting via the neurology team associated with a plasma cell dyscrasia. This area of haematology is often challenging! The diagnosis can be difficult and even after diagnosis there is a lack of evidence … Continue reading

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Case 97 – update 3

Thanks for your help so far with this case. so far we know our patient is a 54 year old male who presented to clinic with distal sensory loss and a broad based gait which has been slowly progressing over … Continue reading

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Case 69 – part 3 – summary

During this short case we looked at serum protein electrophoresis. This showed a band in the gamma region and immunofixation confirmed a IgM kappa paraprotein. IgM paraproteins are commonly associated with MGUS, low grade lymphoma and rarely myeloma. Typically IgM … Continue reading

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Case 69 – part 3 – the beginning

Thanks for contributing! Please use #TeamHaem in your reply on Twitter!   A 69 year old gentleman presents to his GP with headache and visual blurring. Giant cell arteritis is suspected as the ESR is 120mm/hr. A serum protein electrophoresis … Continue reading

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