In general, being asymptomatic, monoclonal gammopathy is diagnosed by chance when performing tests for other conditions, but if there are symptoms, the doctor will request various tests to confirm the diagnosis, such as:
- Blood and urine tests.
- Bone densitometry.
- Computed tomography.
- Positron emission tomography.
- Bone marrow biopsy.
As it is normally asymptomatic and stable for long periods, monoclonal gammopathy does not need to be treated as long as it does not evolve into a dangerous disease, so the doctor will request that you undergo periodic tests to monitor the disease and your health.
At ABC Medical Center’s Internal Medicine Department, we offer health care services with the highest quality and safety, from the prevention, diagnosis, timely treatment, and monitoring of infectious, respiratory, endocrinological, dermatological, rheumatic, nephrological, gastrointestinal, and hematological pathologies of both chronic-degenerative diseases and acute conditions, through a comprehensive and multidisciplinary model.