Neutropenia (granolocytopenia) and agranulocytosis, with some cases of aplastic anaemia (second series)

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Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Possible constitutional and hereditary tendencies towards agranulocytosis. Recurrent ulcers in the mouth and recurrent neutropenia (D Embleton, etc). Chronic neutropenia (chronic hypogranulocytosis of A Piney) treated by liver, etc (eg Hepatex-T). Granulocytopenia maligna (or neutropenia maligna) from pyramidon etc--also minor (benignant) cases of the same nature. Also notes and cuttings re the subject of capillaritis etc (in my notes of patient Finnemore, under Prof Witts at Barts 1936). Granulocytopenia, thrombocytopenia, leucopenia, from thiourea and thyouracil. 'Primary' splenic granulocytopenia and lymphopenia (Hubert Levy). Counterinfections as most frequent cause of death in agranulocytosis and possible prevention by penicillin (rather than sulphonamides)



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