Amyloidosis and monoclonal immunoglobulin deposition disease: From Virchow to mass spectrometry
Expires: June 24, 2023
In this month’s “Virtual Lecture,” Lisa Rimsza, M.D., covers the history and spectrum of diseases known as “amyloidosis” presented in the context of a clinical case report published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings. The clinical presentation, detection methods, classification, prognosis, and non-amyloid immunoglobulin deposition diseases are described, including recent comprehensive mass spectrometry data from Mayo Clinic Laboratories.
Lisa Rimsza, M.D.
Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology
Division of Hematopathology
Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, Arizona
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