WM is a paraprotein disorder that is unique with IgM monoclonal gammopathy. Classically, what is well known is viscosity related injury that might be pre renal or tubular in nature. In addition, glomerular pathology is also not uncommon such as amyloidosis or MPGN. Tubular cast nephropathy is a rare finding with this disease but should always be considered.
Intracapillary monoclonal deposit disease ( most common)
Minimal change disease
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