nodular amyloidosis

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nod·u·lar am·y·loi·do·sis

a localized form of amyloidosis in which amyloid occurs as hard masses or nodules beneath the skin or mucous membranes, for example, in the larynx, often with local plasma cell infiltration; may be associated with plasma cell dyscrasia or systemic amyloidosis.

nod·u·lar am·y·loi·do·sis

(nod'yū-lăr am'i-loy-dō'sis)
A localized form of amyloidosis in which amyloid occurs as masses or nodules beneath the skin or mucous membranes (e.g., in the larynx).
Synonym(s): amyloid tumor, focal amyloidosis.
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Localized primary (AL) amyloid tumor of the breast: Cytologic, histologic, immunocytochemical and ultrastructural observations.
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7) Amyloid tumor with osseous metaplasia of the tongue base is a rarely reported phenomenon that can appear as a sessile hyperattenuating mass on CT.
Amyloid tumor of the larynx associated with plasma cell infiltration: differential diagnosis.
Amyloid tumor nodules occur more commonly in the nasopharynx and larynx, while subepithelial infiltration predominates elsewhere.
The deposits are so extensive that the corpora lutea appear as circumscribed amyloid tumors (fig.