PMID: 15311393Jan 1, 1983Paper

"Flaming" plasma cells in a dog with IgA multiple myeloma

Veterinary Clinical Pathology
J G ZinklG K Saunders

Abstract

Multiple Myeloma with "flaming" plasma cell infiltration of the bone marrow was found in an 8-year-old Shetland sheepdog. Immuno-electrophoresis results indicated that the myeloma protein was IgA. Flaming plasma cells frequently have been associated with human IgA myeloma.

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