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The paper describes an autopsy observation of a 71-year-old male with primary generalized AL amyloidosis lasting about 4 months after its manifestation to the onset of death from hepatic and renal failure. Total damage to the liver and spleen, as well as amyloid deposits in the kidneys, adrenal glands, and pancreas were noted.


E A Kogan, B B Saltykov, P V Atanov. Primary generalized AL amyloidosis]. Arkhiv patologii. 2021;83(1):31-34

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PMID: 33512125

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