—Identical cells or proteins; cells (clones) derived from a single, genetically distinct cell, or proteins produced by these cells.
—Common condition in which M-protein is present, but there are no tumors or other symptoms of disease.
—Tumor made up of cancer cells.
—Cell that absorbs bone.
—Soft spot or hole in bone caused by cancer cells.
—Condition in which the bones become weak and porous, due to loss of calcium and destruction of cells.
—M-protein; abnormal immunoglobulin produced in multiple myeloma.
—Type of white blood cell that produces antibodies; derived from an antigen-specific B-cell.
—Undifferentiated cell that retains the ability to develop into any one of numerous cell types.
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