Her medical history was significant for extranodal marginal zone lymphoma, plasma cell dyscrasia
and amyloidosis diagnosed one year earlier following biopsy of a right cheek mass.
7] This uncommon form of plasma cell dyscrasia
is the most aggressive variant of all the monoclonal gammopathies and is defined as >20% plasma cells in peripheral blood or absolute plasma cell count >2x[10.
Exclusion of a plasma cell dyscrasia
requires further clinical consideration and laboratory testing.
A normocellular microscopical appearance, with no plasma cell dyscrasia
, was displayed on the bone marrow aspirate.
We report five patients with plasma cell dyscrasia
, four had C3GP and one had DDD proven by kidney biopsies.
POEMS syndrome is a underlying plasma cell dyscrasia
related paraneoplastic syndrome and CD is one of the major criteria in the diagnosis of this disease.
What type of plasma cell dyscrasia
is associated with these results?
In addition, SLE and SS are also associated with some plasma cell dyscrasias
, such as monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance, macroglobulinemia, and amyloidosis; however, multiple myeloma (MM) as a lymphoproliferative neoplasm and plasma cell dyscrasia
are not nearly as common.
Therefore, there is a need to reconsider the role of intravascular contrast media as risk factor in patients with malignant plasma cell dyscrasia
Plasma cell dyscrasia
(PCD) is a generic term for neoplastic lesions, which include monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS), multiple myeloma (MM), plasmacytoma, and monoclonal immunoglobulin deposition disease.
Most cases of plasma cell dyscrasia
are diagnosed without Flow cytometry; however, it may be useful in certain patients with hematologic abnormalities and an elevated level of plasma cells in the bone marrow and without specific clinical manifestations (3).
Therefore, a diagnosis of LCDD of the liver and bone marrow with plasma cell dyscrasia