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Grave anaemia in association with haemorrhoids, menorrhagia, gastric or duodenal ulceration etc
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- Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Anaemias and haemorrhages of pregnancy and the puerperium and post-partum anaemias and haemorrhages. Anaemia due to intestinal stenosis etc (see also other collections). Anaemia due to intestinal parasites (botthriocephalus, anchylostoma duodenale, anguillula intestinalis, etc). Uterine grave haemorrhages (of constitutional origin etc). Chronic exhaustion (Ershopfung) and 'senile' anaemias of secondary ('chlorotic') type, with or without achlorhydria. Anaemias (for comparison) connected with tertiary syphilis, malignant neoplasms (of the stomach etc) and chronic nephritis--secondary anaemias, so-called 'senile' anaemias and cases of true 'chlorosis' and other so-called 'chlorotic anaemias' including secondary anaemias of uncertain causation--anaemia from loss of blood to lice
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