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Polymorphonuclear Leucocyte Count in Diagnosis of Infection in the Newborn
  1. S. A. Haider

    Abstract

    Polymorphonuclear leucocyte counts were done in 200 infants at weekly intervals during the newborn period. In over 80% of the babies the count was below 7000/mm3. The count in 36 neonates with bacterial infection was found to be higher than the normal, in particular in the 18 infants with internal infection.

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