SOLOMON G. MEYERS, M.D.; A. HAZEN PRICE, M.D., F.A.C.P.; H. C. MACK, M.D.; LINUS J. FOSTER, M.D.; E. A. SHARP, M.D., F.A.C.P.
So-called idiopathic hypochromic anemia has been frequently discussed in the literature. Most authors emphasize the hematological aspects, neglecting other important clinical features presented by patients with hypochromic anemia which seem to us to have an important etiologic bearing. Moreover, failure to take proper cognizance of these conditions in our opinion precludes the possibility of intelligent management. These conclusions are the result of studies which will be reported below. In our opinion, the term idiopathic as applied to hypochromic anemia is seldom justified.
The present report is based on an intensive study of 26 women with chronic hypochromic anemia, special emphasis
SOLOMON G. MEYERS, A. HAZEN PRICE, H. C. MACK, LINUS J. FOSTER, E. A. SHARP. CHRONIC HYPOCHROMIC ANEMIA IN WOMEN ITS GASTROINTESTINAL, GYNECOLOGIC, ENDOCRINE AND PSYCHIATRIC FEATURES(CHRONIC HYPOCHROMIC ANEMIA IN WOMEN ITS GASTROINTESTINAL, GYNECOLOGIC, ENDOCRINE AND PSYCHIATRIC FEATURES*). Ann Intern Med. 1938;11:1590–1599. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-11-9-1590
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1938;11(9):1590-1599.
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