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  1. Cryoglobulinemia is the presence of abnormal proteins in the blood. These proteins thicken in cold temperatures. ... problems ranging from skin rashes to kidney failure. Cryoglobulinemia is part of a group of diseases that ...
  2. Cryoglobulinemia is caused by an abnormal protein that is occasionally found in the blood of people with ... to gel at low temperatures. In this picture, cryoglobulinemia has reduced blood flow in the fingers so ...
  3. Images ... Tissue necrosis caused by distal capillary thrombosis resulting from cryoglobulin precipitation in the vessels. The black tissue ...
  4. ... disease in which cryoglobulins are found is called cryoglobulinemia . Cryoglobulins can cause inflammation in blood vessels, called ...
  5. ... blood disorders, such as cold agglutinin disease or cryoglobulinemia Repeated injury or usage such as from heavy ...
  6. ... when the IgM antibody deposits in kidney tissue. Cryoglobulinemia and vasculitis (inflammation of the blood vessels) when ...
  7. ... and organs Blood disorders (such as hypereosinophilia and cryoglobulinemia) Infections such as Lyme disease , HIV/AIDS, or ...
  8. ... disease Chilblains (painful inflammation of small blood vessels) Cryoglobulinemia Frostbite Necrotizing vasculitis Peripheral artery disease Raynaud phenomenon ( ...
  9. ... Systemic lupus erythematosus Dermatomyositis and polymyositis Sarcoidosis Mixed cryoglobulinemia Mixed connective tissue disease Higher-than-normal levels ...
  10. ... persistent hepatitis Hepatitis D (delta agent) Nephrotic syndrome Cryoglobulinemia Porphyria cutanea tarda Erythema multiforme and nodosum