Written by Glavinskaya N.G., Trayan D.A., Ivanova I.B., Gorshechnikova N.V., Popova V.A., Merkurev V.N.

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Given the review of the literature and the own observation of POEMS-syndrome in the patient of 37 years old. Described the stage-by-stage diagnostic search as a result of which a correct diagnosis was established in a timely manner and the patient was transferred to the hematology unit for pathogenetic treatment.

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N.G. Glavinskaya, D.A. Trayan, I.B. Ivanova, N.V. Gorshechnikova, V.A. Popova, V.N. Merkurev
Sakhalin Regional Clinical Hospital (430 Mira Ave. Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk 693004 Russian Federation)

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