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High plasma levels, calcium and kappa lamda ratios are unchanged. Suspicion of myeloma. Confirmatory tests?

My mother s plasma % is 48% ..and they suspect myeloma ..but v still doubt cos calcium levels and other kappa lamda ratios are still the same.How can i confirm..We have started with dexamethsone 20mg twice a weak and lenangio daily for 21 days...Zobone injections are also suggested.Reports also says it is polyclonal gammopathy but docs say myeloma and started d treatment
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Multiple myeloma is plasma cell dyscrasia. Definitive diagnosis to be made first. Serum electrphoresis, skeletal survey, bone marrow biopsy are the tests available. Kidney function test should also be done. Probably your doctor has asked for those tests . Follow your doctors advise.
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