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Mastocytosis is characterized by breathing difficulty, enlarged liver, enlarged spleen, chest pain and swelling. It is a disorder of abnormal accumulation of specific cells in connective tissue.  The  lungs, bone, skin, and sometimes the membrane surrounding the brain and spine may be affected.

The following will help you learn more about the Signs and Symptoms of this condition.  You should talk to your doctor to obtain more information and about an examination and testing. 

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