Explore the full range of symptoms of AL amyloidosis and the specific symptomatic
manifestations you might come across depending on your specialty.
AL amyloidosis can cause a number of vague symptoms and affect the body in several ways, making it hard to properly diagnose. Over the course of diagnosing this condition, specialists need to be aware of the full constellation of symptoms, look at the patient holistically and collaborate with other specialties involved to avoid potential misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis.
Broader awareness of the symptoms and greater cross-disciplinary collaboration can help lead to earlier diagnosis and impact the outcomes associated with AL amyloidosis.
Carpal tunnel syndrome (bilateral)