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Reaction of the human granulocyte system in successfully treated bacterial bronchopneumonia.
  1. J Kruszewski,
  2. C Szczylik,
  3. W Wiktor-Jedrzejczak


    The behaviour of peripheral blood granulocyte pools, nitroblue tetrazolium reduction by granulocytes, migration of granulocytes out of skin windows, serum muramidase activity and bone marrow reserve of granulocytes during uncomplicated bronchopneumonia were studied. The time course of changes in these parameters during infection was established, and suggests maximal changes on day 2 of infection with gradual regression until 30 days after the disease onset, when they disappear.

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