Combined Idiopathic Neutropenia and Thrombocytopenia

Linker, Charles A.; Newcom, Samuel R.; Nilsson, Claes M.; Wolf, Jeffrey L.; Shuman, Marc A.
November 1980
Annals of Internal Medicine;Nov80, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p704
Academic Journal
Presents a case of patient with combined idiopathic immune neutropenia and immune thrombocytopenia. Method used to prepare granulocytes; Response of the patient to splenectomy.


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