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    Cryoglobulinemia

    Cryoglobulins are abnormal antibodies that can clump together inside blood vessels when cooled below normal body temperature. The clumps of cryoglobulins may cause small bruises on the skin of the extremities.

    By permission of the publisher. From Deitcher S. In Atlas of Clinical Hematology. Edited by JO Armitage. Philadelphia, Current Medicine, 2004.

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