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Multiple Myeloma

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Multiple Myeloma

History: 64 yo WM with right arm/shoulder pain that worsens with movement.

Findings: Lateral radiograph of the humerus shows extensive lytic lesions of the medullary canal with endosteal scalloping consistent with multiple myeloma. Lateral radiograph of the skull shows small lytic lesions in the frontal region consistent with multiple myeloma.

Ddx: Multiple myeloma, metastatic cancer, MGUS

Exam: PE: Tenderness to palpation of right upper arm. Active elbow flexion and extension limited by pain in upper arm. Laboratory data: Anemia, hypercalcemia, azotemia, SPEP M spike, peripheral blood smear shows rouleux formation, BM aspirate with plasmacytosis (60%).

No MeSH data available.


Lateral radiograph of the skull shows small lytic lesions in  the frontal region consistent with multiple myeloma. The lucencies in the parietal region are more likely venous lakes.
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MPX2161_synpic12242: Lateral radiograph of the skull shows small lytic lesions in the frontal region consistent with multiple myeloma. The lucencies in the parietal region are more likely venous lakes.


Multiple Myeloma

USU Teaching File MUTF - MedPix

Lateral radiograph of the skull shows small lytic lesions in  the frontal region consistent with multiple myeloma. The lucencies in the parietal region are more likely venous lakes.
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MPX2161_synpic12242: Lateral radiograph of the skull shows small lytic lesions in the frontal region consistent with multiple myeloma. The lucencies in the parietal region are more likely venous lakes.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Multiple Myeloma

History: 64 yo WM with right arm/shoulder pain that worsens with movement.

Findings: Lateral radiograph of the humerus shows extensive lytic lesions of the medullary canal with endosteal scalloping consistent with multiple myeloma. Lateral radiograph of the skull shows small lytic lesions in the frontal region consistent with multiple myeloma.

Ddx: Multiple myeloma, metastatic cancer, MGUS

Exam: PE: Tenderness to palpation of right upper arm. Active elbow flexion and extension limited by pain in upper arm. Laboratory data: Anemia, hypercalcemia, azotemia, SPEP M spike, peripheral blood smear shows rouleux formation, BM aspirate with plasmacytosis (60%).

No MeSH data available.