A new episode of Harrison's Podclass: assessing the significance of an elevated gamma gap in a 72 year old patient

This episode of Harrison's Podclass focuses on how to think about the potential significance of the "gamma gap" finding in laboratory tests. The gamma gap is a measure of the difference between serum protein and serum albumin, and can be an indictor of potential disease even in a healthy-appearing patient. This episode of Podclass walks you through the core considerations in assessing potential treatment approaches to plasma cell disorders and an elevated gamma gap in an otherwise healthy patient.  You can listen to this episode here.

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