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    How is myeloma diagnosed?

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    Dr Sujoy Mitra

    Medical Oncologist (Cancer Specialist)

    Medical oncologist and clinical haematologist treating all malignancies apart from acute leukaemias. View Profile

    Combination of abnormal blood or urine tests followed by a bone marrow biopsy revealing an excess of a type of cells known as plasma cells.

    The abnormal blood tests include anaemia, high calcium, abnormal kidney function & an abnormal protein referred to as a paraprotein. Paraprotein can also be found in urine.

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