Immunoglobulin deposition diseases
Tumours of haematopoietic and lymphoid tissues
The monoclonal immunoglobulin deposition diseases (MIDD) are closely-related disorders that are characterized by visceral and soft tissue deposition of immuno - globulin, resulting in compromised organ function
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Brief report: heavy-chain deposition disease.
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Buxbaum J (1992)
Mechanisms of disease: monoclonal immunoglobulin deposition. Amyloidosis, light chain deposition disease, and light and heavy chain deposition disease.
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Herzenberg AM, Lien J, Magil AB (1996)
Monoclonal heavy chain (immunoglobulin G3) deposition disease: report of a case.
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Monoclonal immunoglobulin deposition disease (Randall type). Relationship with structural abnormalities of immunoglobulin chains.
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Randall RE, Williamson WC, Mullinax F, Tung MY, Still WJ (1976)
Manifestations of systemic light chain deposition.
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Serpell LC, Sunde M, Blake CC (1997)
The molecular basis of amyloidosis.
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De Wolf-Peeters C, Achten R (2000)
. The underlying disorder is typically a plasma cell neoplasm, or rarely a lymphoplasmacytic neoplasm
Anaplastic large cell lymphoma: what's in a name?
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Gertz MA, Kyle RA (2003)
Amyloidosis with IgM monoclonal gammopathies.
Semin Oncol 30: 325-8
Gertz MA, Kyle RA, Noel P (1993)
; however, the immunoglobulin molecule accumulates in tissue before the development of a large tumour burden. Thus, these patients typically do not have overt myeloma, or lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma at the time of the diagnosis. The MIDD appear to be chemically different manifestations of similar pathological processes, resulting in clinically similar but not identical conditions. There are two major categories of MIDD: primary amyloidosis and light chain deposition disease (LCDD); rarely light and heavy chain deposition disease (LHCDD) and heavy chain deposition disease (HCDD) may be seen.
Primary systemic amyloidosis: a rare complication of immunoglobulin M monoclonal gammopathies and Waldenström's macroglobulinemia.
J Clin Oncol 11: 914-20
There are two major types of immunoglobin deposition diseases:
Monoclonal light and heavy chain deposition diseases
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