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How is cryoglobulinemia relative to hepatitis C diagnosed?

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Your doctor will do a test to look for cryoglobulins in your blood. They also might take a small sample of some tissue to check for inflammation in small blood vessels.

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Zignego A. , Aug. 1, 2008. Clinics in Liver Disease

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on June 17, 2020

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Zignego A. , Aug. 1, 2008. Clinics in Liver Disease

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on June 17, 2020

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