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Amyloidosis is a condition that’s caused by an abnormal protein in your body. This abnormal protein is called amyloid, and it can affect one or several organs. Because many organs could be affected, you might need several different specialists to evaluate you.

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An amyloid protein is the protein that causes amyloidosis. It’s different from other normal, healthy types of protein that form in your body. Amyloid usually forms inside your bone marrow.

After it’s formed, amyloid can then collect in any of your organs or tissues. Most often, the amyloid protein builds up in your liver, kidneys, or heart.