biclonal gammopathy

bi·clo·nal gam·mop·a·thy

a gammopathy in which the serum contains two distinct monoclonal immunoglobulins.

biclonal gammopathy

The presence of 2 clonal expansions—IgG > IgA > IgM—in the same patient. Two-thirds of biclonal gammopathies are of undetermined significance; one-third are associated with myeloma or lymphoproliferative disorders, including lymphomas and leukaemias.

biclonal gammopathy

Oncology The presence of 2 clonal expansions–IgG > IgA > IgM, in the same Pt;23 of BGs are of undetermined significance;13 are associated with myeloma or lymphoproliferative disorders, including lymphomas and leukemias. Cf Monoclonal gammopathy of undermined significance.
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Chronic lymphocytic leukemia with associated lambda-light-chain and IgG lambda paraproteins simulating a biclonal gammopathy.
Biclonal gammopathy is associated with similar disorders (5) The distribution between various clinical entities, the clinical features of the patients as well as the prognosis seem to be similar to those of monoclonal gammopathies (6).
Pseudotumoral lesions involving the mammary glands, the liver, or the spleen and, recently, glomerulonephritis and cases of monoclonal and biclonal gammopathy have also been associated with B.