Published in AIDS Weekly, March 13th, 1995
Neutropenia is a common complication of HIV infection and is multifactorial in origin. The most common cause of neutropenia is thought to be ineffective neutrophil production, however, neutrophil antibodies have been implicated in certain circumstances, and drug-induced neutropenia often occurs during administration of zidovudine and medication for the treatment of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP), toxoplasmosis, and...
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