Mandibular mass as the presenting manifestation of IgM myeloma in a 22-year-old man

@article{Ho1999MandibularMA,
  title={Mandibular mass as the presenting manifestation of IgM myeloma in a 22-year-old man},
  author={C. L. Ho and Y. C. Chen and Y. T. Yiang and W. Y. Kao and Tsu Yi Chao},
  journal={Annals of Hematology},
  year={1999},
  volume={78},
  pages={93-95}
}
  • C. L. Ho, Y. Chen, +2 authors T. Chao
  • Published 1 February 1999
  • Medicine
  • Annals of Hematology
Abstract We report here the youngest known IgM myeloma patient to have presented with a mandibular mass. A 22-year-old Chinese man sought medical attention due to a mass over his right mandible that had been growing progressively for 6 months. A solitary osteolytic lesion in the right mandible was identified radiologically. Incisional biopsy revealed the presence of plasma cells of monoclonal origin, as evidenced by the exclusively positive staining of the kappa light chain. The diagnosis of… 
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