Other Names for this Disease
- Amyloid A amyloidosis
- AA Amyloidosis
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Last updated: 1/3/2014
- Boston University Amyloidosis Center. Amyloidosis Types. http://www.bu.edu/amyloid/about/what/types/. Accessed 1/3/2014.
- R Dhawan, MM Ahmed, E Mubashir et al. AA (Inflammatory) Amyloidosis. Medscape Reference. 10/08/2013; http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/335559-overview. Accessed 1/3/2014.
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