Spurious polycythemia.

Abstract

Spurious polycythemia is not a primary disease process. It sometimes may be nothing more than an unusual, but normal, physiologic state. In other instances, however, it is associated with a true abnormality of plasma volume. Although there is probably overlap between these extremes, differentiation of these subclasses may be of prognostic significance. The… (More)

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@article{Weinreb1975SpuriousP, title={Spurious polycythemia.}, author={Neal J Weinreb and C. F. Shih}, journal={Seminars in hematology}, year={1975}, volume={12 4}, pages={397-407} }