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Macroamylasemia is the presence of serum amylase of a large molecular size, seen in otherwise healthy individuals, but also in various diseases. Amylase seems to be able to self-polymerise and/or form immune complexes with immunoglobulins.
Causes of Macroamylasemia
- liver disease
- diabetes mellitus
- autoimmune disorders