Three patients with chronic red cell aplasia also showed thrombocytosis or granulocytosis, or both. All had morphological evidence of myelodysplasia on examination of bone marrow aspirate but none had a detectable chromosomal abnormality. These patients seem to provide evidence of a separate entity within the spectrum of myelodysplastic and myeloproliferative disease.
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