Studies in a patient with acute leukaemia after lysergide treatment.
O. Margaret Garson
M K Robson
British medical journal
The second case of acute leukaemia developing after administration of lysergide is reported. The unusual bone-marrow chromosome pattern and the presence of large cells containing multiple micronucleoli suggest that this association may be causal.
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