Skip Nav Destination
1-4 of 4
Acta Haematol (1974) 52 (1): 24–28.
Published Online: 04 March 2009
...Lars Elsborg Folate deficiency in four patients could be ascribed to anticonvulsant therapy with phenytoin. Their intestinal absorption of folic acid was depressed only when phenytoin was given simultaneously. Otherwise the absorption of folic acid was normal. This malabsorption of folic acid...
Franz-Josef Schweiger, John G Kelton, Hans Messner, Michel Klein, Sam Berger, William.J McIlroy, Judy Falk, Arm Keating
Acta Haematol (1988) 80 (1): 54–58.
Published Online: 24 February 2009
...Franz-Josef Schweiger; John G Kelton; Hans Messner; Michel Klein; Sam Berger; William.J McIlroy; Judy Falk; Arm Keating Phenytoin and carbamazepine are rarely associated with serious hematologic side effects but can include impairment of either humoral or cell-mediated immunity. We describe...
Acta Haematol (1991) 86 (4): 212–213.
Published Online: 19 February 2009
...Melhem J.A. Sharafuddin; Robert G. Spanheimer; Grant L. McClune Agranulocytosis is a rare side effect of phenytoin treatment. We describe the case of an elderly man who developed agranulocytosis 2 weeks following initiation of phenytoin treatment, on no cytotoxic drugs or any other medications...
Acta Haematol (1994) 92 (4): 204–207.
Published Online: 18 February 2009
...M.F. Doyle; Stanley Anderson; Carlos Cerrezuela; Nashat Gabrail Clinical, laboratory and molecular biological features are presented from a patient with Sézary syndrome associated with long-term phenytoin therapy. 21 07 1994 17 10 1994 18 2 2009 © 1994 S. Karger AG, Basel...