Multiple Myeloma of the Cricoid Cartilage

Yoskovitch, Adi; Al-Abdulhadi, Khaled; Wright, Erin D.; Watters, Andrew K.; Chagnon, Francoise
May 1998
Journal of Otolaryngology;May/Jun1998, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p168
Academic Journal
Presents a case of cricoid involvement in a patient with known multiple myeloma (MM), the most common form of the plasma cell dyscrasias. Symptoms of MM in the head and neck region; Categories of the disease when looking at plasma cell tumors of the head and neck; Treatment of MM; Alternative chemotherapy protocols.


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