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Adult Fanconi syndrome and multiple myelomatosis
  1. Margaret E. Horn,
  2. M. S. Knapp,
  3. F. T. Page,
  4. W. H. C. Walker
  1. Bristol Royal Infirmary and Frenchay Hospital, Bristol

    Abstract

    A case is described of a 59-year-old woman presenting with multiple renal tubular defects. The aminoaciduria was of a generalized type. When investigated initially the only feature of myelomatosis was urinary Bence-Jones protein. Two years later radiologically classical multiple myelomatosis developed and rapidly progressed to the patient's death nine months later.

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