A patient with systemic amyloidosis becomes progressively jaundiced over three months


Question Number 1145
Question:
A patient with systemic amyloidosis becomes progressively jaundiced over three months. On examination he is found to have hepato-splenomegaly a markedly raised serum alkaline phosphatase.
This patient is most likely to have amyloidosis involvement in the
a) anterior pararenal space
b) space of Disse
c) vestibule space
d) epidural space
e) sub-arachnoid space


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