We study 102,920 reports of Agranulocytosis (a deficiency of granulocytes in the blood, causing increased vulnerability to infection) now. The information that eHealthMe analyzes includes:
- Medications that treat Agranulocytosis and their effectiveness
- Drugs that could cause Agranulocytosis
- Conditions that could cause Agranulocytosis
- Common Agranulocytosis symptoms
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Agranulocytosis treatments and how effective are they?
Drugs that could cause Agranulocytosis
Conditions that could cause Agranulocytosis
Most common Agranulocytosis symptoms
- Febrile neutropenia - (559 reports)
- Fever - (523 reports)
- Thrombocytopenia - (437 reports)
- Death - (406 reports)
- Bone pain - (347 reports)
- Pneumonia - (305 reports)
- Anaemia - (284 reports)
- Diarrhea - (265 reports)
- Drug ineffective - (255 reports)
- Breathing difficulty - (252 reports)
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