Multiple myeloma represents one of the main universal oncological diseases. Due to its clinical characteristics, it is often diagnosed only too late, when it has already determined systemic effects; this results in greater therapeutic difficulty and worse prognostic results. Through the clinical case discussed in this article, we want to focus on the often aspecific manifestations of this pathology and on the need for a correct clinical and diagnostic framework. The main renal manifestations secondary to the deposition of immunoglobulins in both the glomerular and tubular areas will also be examined.
Keywords: AKI, multiple myeloma, plasma cell dyscrasias, kidney injury