Dysglobulinemia | definition of dysglobulinemia by Medical dictionary
dysglobulinemia A nonspecific term for any defect in serum proteins, exclusive of albumin—e.g., dysgammaglobulinemia, dysfibrogenemia.
dysglobulinemia (dĭs-glŏb″ū-lĭn-ē′mē-ă) [″ + L. globulus, globule, + Gr. haima, blood]
Abnormality of the amount or quality of blood globulins.
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No association could be found between the aberrant behavior of this sample and the results for the biochemical testing done (see Table 1, online Common Supplement; note that a more in-depth investigation of potential causes, such as dysglobulinemia
, was beyond the scope of the study).
Other pathological situations sometimes associated with falsely increased CRP values may be ruled out in both patients on the basis of clinical and biological findings (no dysglobulinemia
or increased rheumatoid factor).