HENRY JACKSON JR., M.D.
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It would be impossible adequately to cover all aspects of the disease agranulocytosis in the time at my disposal. I have chosen, therefore, to attempt to clarify, in so far as my knowledge of the subject permits, certain phases of the condition which are at present under dispute. Brevity necessitates a certain amount of dogmatism for which I have but little enthusiasm.
In the first place, is there such a disease entity at all? I believe there is. It is characterized by extreme leukopenia and neutropenia and occurs at all ages except early childhood. The onset is usually sudden, fever
JACKSON H. AGRANULOCYTOSIS1. Ann Intern Med. 1935;9:26–30. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-9-1-26
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