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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Patients who have too few functioning mature polymorphonuclear neutrophils frequently develop fatal bacterial or fungal infections despite our best efforts to prevent and treat those infections. Recently new facets of white cell function which enable us to better understand both normal and abnormal states have been found. Several review articles about polymorphonucler neutrophils (also called neutrophils and granulocytes – the latter term includes eosinophils and basophils) have been published recently and the reader is referred to these for more comprehensive coverage of the field.
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