[Hematotoxicity of thiamphenicol. Report of two cases of acute erythroblastopenia (author's transl)].

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Thiamphenicol is known to produce two hematological side effects: a decrease in blood cell count concerning mainly red blood cells; in this case regression is observed after withdrawal of the drug; the frequency of this side effect appears to be higher than that observed after chloramphenicol administration. Severe and sometimes fatal pancytopenia is rare… (More)

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@article{Estavoyer1981HematotoxicityOT, title={[Hematotoxicity of thiamphenicol. Report of two cases of acute erythroblastopenia (author's transl)].}, author={J. M. Estavoyer and Pierre singer and Christian Broda and G H Baufle}, journal={La semaine des hopitaux : organe fonde par l'Association d'enseignement medical des hopitaux de Paris}, year={1981}, volume={57 45-46}, pages={1970-2} }