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October 1931

THE TREATMENT FOR SECONDARY ANEMIA: A STUDY OF THE RESULTS IN ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX CASES

Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1931;48(4):537-568. doi:10.1001/archinte.1931.00150040003001
Abstract
  • Classification of the Anemias

  • Methods of Study

  • Special Clinical Features

  • Changes in the Tongue

  • Changes in the Skin

  • Retinal Hemorrhages

  • Changes in the Nervous System Associated with Anemia

  • Changes in Gastric Secretion

  • Association with Deficiency Disorders

  • Rarity of Pernicious Anemia

  • Various Groups of Anemia

  • Posthemorrhagic Anemia

  • Anemias Associated with Undernutrition

  • Anemias Associated with Chronic Dysentery

  • Anemia Associated with Kala-Azar

  • Anemias of Pregnancy

  • Anemia Associated with Infestation Due to Hookworm

  • Anemia Associated with Miscellaneous Conditions

  • Malaria

  • Chlorosis

  • Splenic Anemia

  • Tuberculosis of the Intestines

  • Results of Treatment

  • The Value of Liver

  • The Value of Iron

  • The Value of Liver Ash

  • The Value of Liver and Iron

  • The Value of Liver Extract and Iron

  • The Response of the Reticulocytes

  • Summary and Conclusions

For the past two years, we have been engaged in a study of the various forms of anemia that were observed in patients admitted to the general medical wards of the

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