Chapter References

Bunn, H.F. (1994). Anemia. In Harrison's principles of internal medicine (13th edn) (ed. K.J. Isselbacher et al.), pp. 313-17. McGraw-Hill, New York.

Feingold, A.O. (1986). Disorders of the red blood cells. In Principles and practice of emergency medicine (2nd edn), (ed. G.R. Schwartz et al.), pp. 1132-42. W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, PA. Kent, S., Weinberg, E.D., and Stuart-Macadam, P. (1994). The etiology of the anemia of chronic disease and infection. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 47, 23-33.

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