|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|myeloma life expectancy||1.93||0.1||101||83|
|myeloma blood test||0.1||0.2||6797||61|
|myeloma cancer def||2||0.4||7418||50|
|myelomalacia icd 10||1.67||0.8||9023||100|
|myeloma crowd home||1.7||0.6||1991||13|
|myeloma vs melanoma||1.06||0.6||9441||19|
|myelomalacia cervical spine||1.74||0.1||7048||36|
|myelomalacic change definition||1.13||0.7||6872||35|
|myeloma cancer in spanish||0.69||0.3||9201||57|
|myeloma icd 10 code||0.28||0.1||1438||65|
|myeloma cancer survival rate||1.58||0.9||8331||75|
|myeloma lesions on the skull||1.46||0.5||2345||99|
|myelomalacia cervical spine icd 10||1.15||0.8||4850||78|
1. A tumor composed of cells derived from hemopoietic tissues of the bone marrow. 2. A plasma cell tumor. A tumour derived from a lymphocyte. See LYMPHOMA, MYELOMATOSIS. a cancerous tumour of the bone marrow. A tumor that originates in bone marrow and usually spreads to more than one bone. Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine.What is the life expectancy of a person with multiple myeloma?
The life expectancy for someone with multiple myeloma depends on the stage of the disease when diagnosed, according to the American Cancer Society. Stage I patients have a median survival rate of 62 months. Stage II patients have a life expectancy of 44 months, and stage III is 29 months.How do they detect myeloma?
Several blood tests are used to diagnose myeloma. The main blood test is called serum protein electrophoresis. This measures the level of paraprotein in your blood. Another blood test called the serum free light chain assay may be used to check for a form of paraprotein known as free light chains.