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(3) Neoplastic plasma cells produce monoclonal paraproteins (immunoglobulins), which react with peripheral nerve antigens and cause neuropathy, eg, sensorimotor neuropathy associated with antimyelin-associated glycoprotein.
Additional tests, if clinically indicated, may include a paraneoplastic panel to evaluate for occult malignancy; antimyelin-associated glycoprotein.
Willison WH, Trapp BD, Bacher JD, Dalakas MC, Griffin JW, Quarles RH. Demyelination induced by intraneural injection of human antimyelin-associated glycoprotein antibodies. Muscle Nerve 1988;11:1169-76.
Hemolytic disease of newborn, to decrease need for exchange transfusion (see Appendix)12. HIV infected children: bacterial control or prevention (see Appendix)13. HIV-associated thrombocytopenia, pediatric or adult: considered medically necessary when criteria in Appendix are met (see Appendix)14. Hyperimmunoglobulinemia E syndrome, for treatment of severe infection (see Appendix)15. IgM antimyelin-associated glycoprotein.
Some patients suffer from hyperviscosity caused by exceeding levels of IgM paraprotein. In this case, quantification of serum viscosity might be helpful. However, serum viscosity does not always correspond well to the clinical severity of hyperviscosity. More important are clinical examinations such as fundoscopy, which show, for example, venous engorgement (“sausaging”) in the retinal veins, which is an excellent indicator of clinically relevant hyperviscosity. 23 In case of peripheral neuropathy, the evaluation of antimyelin-associated glycoprotein.