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Amyloidosis complicating psoriasis
  1. B. Amir-Ansari,
  2. A. M. Joekes,
  3. M. C. Parkinson

    Abstract

    A man aged 59 years with a 39-year history of psoriasis, for which treatment had included steroids and methotrexate, developed renal failure caused by amyloidosis. Post-mortem revealed widespread amyloid deposits but no evidence of other disease classically associated with amyloidosis.

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