POSTOPERATIVE AMYLOIDOSIS OF TONGUE BASE; EXTREMELY RARE COMPLICATION
AFTER MULTILEVEL SLEEP SURGERY
This study presents a rare case of postoperative amyloidosis of the
tongue base and provides a summary of the known literature of tongue
amyloidosis. The diagnosis was by physical examination, radiological
findings, and histopathological Congo red stain. Bone marrow biopsy the
revealed “Plasma cell myeloma” as a cause.