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Marrow hypoplasia with splenomegaly in adolescence.
  1. J H Robertson,
  2. P Burnside,
  3. D C Salmon

    Abstract

    Four adolescents presented with leucopenia, thrombocytopenia, and splenomegaly; three had associated congenital abnormalities and two had a cirrhosis. They provide further evidence of an association between hepatic disease and bone marrow dysfunction. It is considered that these patients suffer from a genetic or constitutional disorder which may result in a susceptibility of their bone marrow to hypoplasia following viral hepatitis or other infections.

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