Four middle-aged male Chinese with polyneuropathy, skin hyperpigmentation, oedema, hepatosplenomegaly, ascites, gynaecomastia and white nails are described. In Japan and United States this syndrome has been associated with plasma cell dyscrasia. However, neither M-protein nor skeletal lesions were demonstrated in these four patients.
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