Incidental Finding of Megaloblastic-like Cells in Bone Marrow of One of Two Swine with Macrocytic Anemia and Achlorhydria *†

@article{Lawrason1949IncidentalFO,
  title={Incidental Finding of Megaloblastic-like Cells in Bone Marrow of One of Two Swine with Macrocytic Anemia and Achlorhydria  *†},
  author={F. Douglas Lawrason and Eugene P. Cronkite},
  journal={The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine},
  year={1949},
  volume={22},
  pages={57 - 66}
}
Ever since Ehrlich described the megaloblasts seen in pernicious anemia during relapse, there have been attempts by many investigators to produce experimentally an anemia similar in all respects to human pernicious anemia. Macrocytic anemia with the megaloblastic type of erythrocytic regeneration in the bone marrow, achlorhydria, and a specific response to a substance containing the anti-anemic principle are the criteria necessary to establish the presence of such an anemia. Thus far, efforts… CONTINUE READING