• Results of blood chemistry studies using an automated multiple analysis system and blood cell counts for 325 patients receiving long-term low-dosage tetracycline hydrochloride therapy continuously for three years or longer revealed minimal changes in all but one patient. This patient developed a transient hyperbilirubinemia with mild jaundice while taking 500 mg of tetracycline daily.
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