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Oral amyloidosis is usually presented in the tongue and is often associated with multiple myeloma. We present three patients with unusual oral manifestations of primary amyloidosis, which to the best of our knowledge have not been previously published. In two cases the oral manifestation was...
We report here two patients with amyloidogenic transthyretin (ATTR) Val30Met familial amyloid polyneuropathy (FAP) who developed numbness in both hands and were diagnosed as having bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). In both patients systemic TTR amyloidosis consisting of polyneuropathy...
Aims . To detect cardiac amyloidosis (CA) earlier, it is inevitable to improve diagnostic strategies. Methods and results . The impact of ECG, echocardiography including tissue Doppler imaging (TDI) and strain, and myocardial biopsies was evaluated in 30 patients (63% ( n = 19) men, mean age 66...
Primary bladder amyloidosis is a rare disease. There are approximately 100 reported cases. The lesions can be confused with bladder neoplasm and are characterised histologically by the classical apple green birefringence under polarised light. In this article, we report a 51-year-old lady with...
Renal artery embolisation (RAE) is an interventional radiology procedure which is used to embolise small branches of renal artery. It is mainly used for urologic purposes, i.e., vascular malformations, angiomyolipomas and renal tumours not amenable to surgical resection. Bilateral RAE can be...
Slowly progressing subcutaneous nodules all over the body were detected in 1994 in an otherwise healthy, now 66-year-old woman (UNK). A first biopsy was taken 10 years ago and revealed amyloid. Immunohistochemistry was suggestive for ALκ. From a nodular excisate, performed in the same year for...
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