Introduction: Primary amyloidosis
Primary amyloidosis: Protein deposits with no underly cause.
Primary amyloidosis: Primary amyloidosis occurs when the body produces abnormal protein fibers, which join together to form amyloid deposits in different organs, including the kidneys, where they cause serious damage. Injured kidneys can't function effectively and may be unable to remove urea and other wastes from the blood. Elevated levels of these waste products can also damage the heart, lungs, brain, and digestive system. 1
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1. excerpt from Amyloidosis and Kidney Disease: NIDDK
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