pyroglobulinemia

pyroglobulinemia

 [pi″ro-glob″u-lĭ-ne´me-ah]
the presence of pyroglobulin in the blood, occurring most frequently in multiple myeloma, Waldenström's macroglobulinemia, and other lymphoproliferative disorders, but also occasionally without known associated disease.

pyroglobulinemia

/py·ro·glob·u·lin·emia/ (-glob″u-lin-e´me-ah) presence in the blood of an abnormal globulin constituent that is precipitated by heat.

pyroglobulinemia

(pī″rō-glŏb″ū-lĭ-nē′mē-ă) [″ + globulus, globule, + haima, blood]
An obsolete term for paraproteinemia.

pyroglobulinemia

the presence in the blood of an abnormal globulin constituent that is precipitated by heat.