Polymeric IgA myeloma, hyperlipidaemia and xanthomatosis: a further case and review
A patient is described who had myeloma of the polymeric IgA variety, together with a striking hyperlipidaemia and xanthomatosis. Investigations into the protein and lipid abnormality failed to demonstrate any mechanism for the hyperlipidaemia. A review of the literature, however, validates this clinical entity and some of the suggested explanations are discussed.
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