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Chronic active hepatitis, haemolytic anaemia and Listeria monocytogenes bacteraemia.
  1. R. G. Chadwick,
  2. J. M. Graham


    The association of chronic active hepatitis with haemolytic anaemia is well known. Both conditions may respond to steroid therapy which, in common with other causes of suppressed T-lymphocyte function, predispose to many types of infection. A case is described in which transient Listeria monocytogenes bacteraemia occurred and the patient recovered without antimicrobial therapy.

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