Multiple Myeloma Symptoms
What are the symptoms of multiple myeloma?
Misdiagnosis rate of multiple myeloma reaches up to 40% to 50%, so the following are symptoms caused misdiagnosis:
Infection: patients are prone to develop respiratory tract infection or urinary tract infections. In advanced stage, infection is one of the main causes of death.
Anemia: it can be caused because the normal function of bone marrow in patients with multiple myeloma is restrained.
Skeletal symptoms: bone pain, local mass, fracture and even paraplegia, etc.
Hypercalcemia vomiting, weakness, confusion of consciousness, polyuria or constipation, etc can appear.
Blood hyperviscosity: dizziness, blurred vision, tinnitus, and sudden occurrence of consciousness disturbance, numbness of the fingers, etc can be caused.
Renal inadequacy: patients are often accompanied by renal inadequacy when being diagnosed.
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