Figure 333

Analysis of the association between septal thickness and survival in patients with primary systemic amyloidosis in an 11-year study at the Mayo Clinic. An increase in septal thickness is associated with shorter survival. Patients with a septal thickness of 15 mm or more had a median survival of 7 months, whereas in those with a septal thickness less than 15 mm the median survival was 26 months. (From Kyle and Gertz [5]; with permission.)

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