WILLIAM A. SLENTZ, M.D.
Three cases of leukemia associated with pregnancy have been studied in this department since 1941, and a fourth case has been obtained from the files of the Kansas City General Hospital. These four cases are herewith reported.
Case 1. A 25 year old woman, six and one-half months pregnant, was admitted to the Kansas City General Hospital on July 12, 1937, complaining of vaginal bleeding during the preceding week. She had had two full-term normal deliveries, and two abortions, which were performed seven years and three and one-half years previously. Examination showed a soft blowing systolic pulmonic murmur,
SLENTZ WA. LEUKEMIA AND PREGNANCY: REPORT OF FOUR CASES AND REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE1. Ann Intern Med. 1951;35:59–68. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-35-1-59
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