A fatal case of agranulocytosis due to chlorpromazine is reported. Mechanisms other than immunological are generally believed to be responsible for chlorpromazine-induced agranulocytosis. However, the demonstration of a drug-specific leuco-agglutinin in the serum of this patient suggests that an immunological mechanism was responsible for the agranulocytosis.
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