* * *para·pro·tein·emia or chiefly Brit para·pro·tein·ae·mia -.prō-tē-'nē-mē-ə, -.prōt-ē-ə-'nē- n the presence of a paraprotein in the blood
* * *para·pro·tein·emia (par″ə-pro″tēn-eґme-ə) plasma cell dyscrasias.
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