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Sideroblastic anaemia associated with lincomycin therapy.
  1. G. Kokkini,
  2. E. Tsianos,
  3. A. Kappas


    Sideroblastic anaemia developed after lincomycin therapy in a 58-year-old woman. The anaemia proved completely reversible after termination of lincomycin therapy and the introduction of pyridoxine. The patient also had pseudomembranous enterocolitis, a well-known side effect of lincomycin.

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