myelomatous

myelomatous

(ˌmaɪɪˈləʊmətəs)
adj
(Medicine) of or relating to a myeloma
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Although typically found within the bone marrow, extraosseous myelomatous collections referred to as extramedullary plasmacytomas (EMPs) are rarely found in the head and neck region, gastrointestinal tract, and central nervous system.
extraocular muscle paresis or direct myelomatous infiltrate, papilledema), and corneal deposition (crystal or copper) to opportunistic infections of ocular structures.
Myelomatous Pleural Effusion: Case report and review of the literature.
99m]-MDP are ineffective in demonstrating myelomatous lesions.
A wide range of etiologic factors may cause pleural effusion in MM (Table 1) (2, 4-7); however, actual myelomatous pleural effusions are very uncommon, with fewer than 100 cases having been reported worldwide (8, 9).
Other underlying pathologies include: Cushing's syndrome, primary biliary cirrhosis, osteomalacia, rheumatoid arthritis, myelomatous disease, and endocrine disorders such as hyperparathyroidism (1,9).
In the mouse model, it was demonstrated that DKK1 is a key player in multiple myeloma and that blocking DKK1 activity in myelomatous bones reduces osteolytic bone resorption, increases bone formation, and helps control multiple myeloma growth (63).
Histopathological and microradiographical observations on myelomatous osteopathy.
Myelomatous changes, however, were absent on radiographic studies, and serum calcium, B2M, blood urea nitrogen, and creatinine levels were all within normal limits.
Reiley is most widely known for developing the Balloon Kyphoplasty technique, used worldwide to repair osteoporotic and myelomatous spinal compression fractures.
Gadolinium-DTPA enhanced axial MR image (Fig 1) revealed a large myelomatous lesion with well-defined borders in the left frontal bone with associated soft tissue component.