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Unless folic acid deficiency is complicated by the presence of intestinal or liver
disease, its treatment rarely requires more than the institution of a normal diet. In
any event the oral administration of folic acid relieves the megaloblastic anemia.
The total white cell count usually is increased but not uncommonly is normal or
lower than normal (leukopenic). In such cases, abnormal immature cells may
nevertheless be seen in the blood. In all forms of acute leukemia the typical cells
In a patient with hemophilia A, factor VIII can be replaced by the infusion into a
vein of plasma derived from a normal donor, the cryoprecipitate fraction of normal
plasma, or a partially purified preparation of factor VIII derived from normal ...
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