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Cryoglobulinaemia

Introduction: Cryoglobulinaemia

Description of Cryoglobulinaemia

Cryoglobulinaemia: A condition characterized by the presence of cryoglobulins in the blood. Cryoglobulins are abnormal proteins that precipitate within the microvasculature on exposure to cold; microvasculature effects of cryoglobulinemia may result in restricted tissue blood flow, tissue hypoxia, and tissue necrosis. --2004
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