Multiple Myeloma Basics – Bone disease

In this video, Prof Vernon J Louw provides an in-depth explanation of the bone disease associated with multiple myeloma. He explains the normal process of bone remodeling and how it is disrupted in multiple myeloma, leading to osteoporosis, osteolytic lesions, plasmacytomas, hypercalcemia, and pathological fractures. Prof Louw concludes by outlining the focus of treatment for these complications.

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