1Consultant Nephrology, Midas Multispeciality Hospital, Nagpur, Maharashtra.
2MBBS Third year (Major), HBT Medical College and Dr. R N Cooper Hospital, Mumbai, Maharashtra.
3Department of Kayachikitsa, Datta Meghe Ayurved Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Wanadongri, Nagpur. Maharashtra
4Department of Biochemistry, Datta Meghe Medical College, Shalinitai Meghe Hospital & Research Centre Wanadongri, Hingana, Nagpur-441110, Maharashtra, India.
5Department of Microbiology Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha.
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Accepted After Revision: 03/06/2021
Multiple myeloma is a disease that primarily affects the elderly, with the average age upon diagnosis being 70. Multiple myeloma (MM) is a neoplastic proliferation of plasma cells characterised by monoclonal immunoglobulin overproduction and penetration into bone and other tissues. Ascites can develop in patients with peritoneal cancers, both lymphoproliferative and solid. Ascites, on the other hand, is unusual in MM and is rarely the first indication or symptom. Ascites can develop as a result of peritoneal infiltration or as a result of liver involvement, heart failure, or kidney failure. In MM, ascites indicates a more aggressive stage, and the prognosis is dismal, with a median survival time of 1–2 months. We reported a rare case of MM in a young man who presented with renal failure and ascites and was identified retrospectively by kidney biopsy. evaluation in a patient of renal failure and ascites with kidney biopsy bringing major turning point. Since one month, a 38-year-old man has had a low-grade fever, stomach pain and distension, and decreased urine output. We present a case of Multiple Myeloma in a young man who presented with renal failure and ascites and was identified retrospectively by kidney biopsy. The need of evaluating ascites, which can be caused by Multiple Myeloma, is highlighted in this case.
Multiple Myeloma, Kidney Biopsy, Renal Failure, Ascites