Loredana Farinasso

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (G-CSF) has been shown to improve the neutropenic status of patients with bone marrow failure. The side effects in prolonged treatment still need to be determined. DESIGN AND METHODS We have studied the efficacy and the long-term side effects of G-CSF in four patients with Fanconi's anemia and(More)
Eosinophilia is common in childhood, and in most cases it is mild and of limited clinical relevance, being often secondary to allergy or infections. In rare cases, eosinophilia may be idiopathic or related to neoplastic aetiology. When severe and protracted, it can cause potentially irreversible organ or system damage, whose prevention is the first priority(More)
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