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Angines lympho-monocytaires, agranulocytoses, leucémies leucopéniques

JAMA. 1936;106(5):409. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770050065031.
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This is a unique monograph dealing with current hematologic enigmas. During the past five years, however, a great deal of clinical interest has been evinced by physicians in this country over agranulocytosis. This subject is generously discussed, being given about half of the space. The authors discuss the clinical, hematologic and pathologic manifestations in infectious mononucleosis, agranulocytosis and subleukemia and in aleukemic lymphadenosis and myelosis. Treatment is considered in detail, but it is doubtful whether anything of a fundamental character has been contributed. The prevailing information, both American and European, is well covered, however. Besides reviewing current medical literature the authors cite their personal experiences. The subjects are well treated from both the hematologic and the clinical aspects and most of the current advances have been incorporated. The monograph should interest the practicing physician as well as physicians specifically interested in pathology and hematology. The citation of cases illustrating a


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