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What are the tests for plasmacytoma?
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Dr. Andrew Turrisi
Radiation Oncology
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In brief: Plasmacytoma is
A collection of monoclonal plasma cells, either in a bone or in soft tisues.
Its biopsy or removal can be confirmed microscopically and immunohistocheically by a pathologst. While it may presage mutiple myeloma, a systemic disease, some remain localized and are treated with fractionated radiotherapy.

In brief: Plasmacytoma is
A collection of monoclonal plasma cells, either in a bone or in soft tisues.
Its biopsy or removal can be confirmed microscopically and immunohistocheically by a pathologst. While it may presage mutiple myeloma, a systemic disease, some remain localized and are treated with fractionated radiotherapy.
Dr. Andrew Turrisi
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