I have been diagnosed with CKD, and my GFR is 52. My recent blood test results show the following information. Kappa QNT free LT chains 41.60 mg/dL, lambda QNT free LT chains 0.96 mg/dL, KAP/LAM free LT chain ratio 43.33 and hemoglobin 15.8 g/dL. I was also detected with vitamin D deficiency, and the parathyroid test shows 118 pg/mL. Does this mean I have multiple myeloma? What other tests need to be performed to confirm it?
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The reason for the test is decreased kidney function below 60 GFR. There is no night sweats, no weight loss and no bone pain. I have attached a copy of my blood work.
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