Thiazide-induced bone-marrow aplasia
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A patient with the nephrotic syndrome developed bone-marrow hypoplasia with severe thrombocytopenia after polythiazide therapy. Corticosteroids iuduced remission of nephrosis while the haematological picture remained unchanged. The child succumbed to this complication.
KeywordsNephrosis Purpura Thiazide Agranulocytosis Diuril
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