Haematological Disorders and Malignancies
Familial neutropenia is a rare haematological disorder characterized by quantitative decrease of neutrophils in the peripheral blood due to improper release of them from the bone marrow. An increased susceptibility of the patients to bacterial infection occurs.
KeywordsMultiple Myeloma Oral Mucosa Main Clinical Feature Good Oral Hygiene Cyclic Neutropenia
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