gammopathy

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Noun1.gammopathy - a disturbance in the synthesis of immunoglobulins; proteins having antibody activity increase greatly in the blood
pathology - any deviation from a healthy or normal condition
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gam·mop·a·thy

n. gammopatía, trastorno manifestado por un exceso de inmunoglobulinas como resultado de una proliferación anormal de células linfoides.

gammopathy

n gammapatía; monoclonal — of undetermined significance gammapatía monoclonal de significado incierto
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We therefore identified FHBL and MGUS independently of each other in an asymptomatic diabetic patient who was referred for further evaluation of his extremely low serum cholesterol concentration.
The medical stop-loss market operates in much the same way today: MGUs generate, underwrite and manage the business.
This finding is particularly important given that we recently found in a large prospective cancer screening study that virtually all multiple myeloma patients experienced a MGUS state prior to developing myeloma," Dr.
In a single blind randomised control pilot study, curcuminoids or placebo was administered orally, 2 grams twice daily to a cohort of 26 MGUS patients.
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Potter calls MGUS "an immunological wart" because it isn't usually dangerous; however, MGUS can develop into multiple myeloma, which is.
whichprovides desktop and mobile insurance software solutions for global insurance carriers and MGUs.
This specimen flexibility allows clinicians to diagnose and monitor patients less invasively for minimal residual disease (MRD) and also opens up new doors for other plasma cell neoplasms, such as MGUS and smoldering multiple myeloma (SMM), conditions best defined as pre-multiple myeloma.
Fifty-five respondents, representing approximately 45 carriers and MGUs, took part.
Dresner was promoted to head the company's specialty insurance business unit, where he'll manage programs with MGUs and managing general agencies.
These molecules are then called monoclonal immunoglobulins and are directly related to malignant or potentially malignant disorders such as MM and MGUS.