Spectrum of imaging findings in abdominal extraosseous myeloma
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OBJECTIVE: Extraosseous multiple myeloma is rare (< 5%) and has not been systematically documented in the abdomen. Our aim is to catalogue and describe the manifestations of multiple myeloma affecting abdominal organs. CONCLUSION: Extraosseous myeloma may involve multiple abdominal organs and may mimic other malignancies. Clinicians and radiologists should be aware of the potential for myeloma to involve extraosseous sites to avoid unnecessary interventions when this occurs.
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