A patient with a long history of hemodialysis secondary to renal failure develops symtoms sugestive of the carpal tunnel syndrome


Question Number 1148
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A patient with a long history of hemodialysis secondary to renal failure develops symtoms sugestive of the carpal tunnel syndrome. Secondary amyloidosis is suspected. The most appropriate diagnostic test is
a) muscle biopsy
b) thyroid microsomal antibody titer
c) serum complement levels
d) radiograph of the wrist
e) erythrocyte sedimentation test


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