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We present a case of Pacinian Neuroma (PN) associated with multiple myeloma (MM) in a 57-year-old man with a 6-month history of painful swelling of his fingers. Physical examination revealed definite palpable nodules and moderate swelling over the first phalanx of all his fingers. A biopsy confirmed the diagnosis of PN. The patient reported chronic back pain. Radiologically, a severe demineralization was found. MM was suspected. The results of complete blood count and biochemistry panels weredoi:10.7241/ourd.20202.15 fatcat:pu6zyjjptfagjp56d2iygquzye