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Most of this volume is devoted to the etiology of granulocytopenia. It is the most comprehensive and accurate compilation of data concerning that disease which has yet appeared. There are twelve chapters, a section of photomicrographs and records of 114 cases of agranulocytosis and other leukopenic diseases, all of which were observed in Denmark by the author or his colleagues. These chapters are followed by a list of drugs incriminated in the production of the disease, a summary, a summary in Danish, and finally a bibliography of 422 references incorporating the literature of the world. As stated in the introduction, the author compiled this work under a fellowship from a Danish fund for medical research and was aided by financial grants from other scientific agencies of Denmark. Therefore it can be considered to be accurate and scientific.
The first chapter considers the history of the disease, and early sporadic cases
Clinical and Experimental Investigations in Agranulocytosis with Special Reference to the Etiology. JAMA. 1939;112(19):1992–1993. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800190106034
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