Guide To Further Reading

Andrews N C 1999 Disorders of iron metabolism.

New England Journal of Medicine 341:1986-1995 Botto L D, Moore C A, Khoury M J et al 1999 Neural tube defects. New England Journal of Medicine 341:1509-1519 Castle W B 1966 Treatment of pernicious anaemia: historical aspects. Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 7: 347 Ferner R E et al 1989 Drugs in donated blood. Lancet 2: 93-94

Oliveri N F 1999 The ß-thalassemias. New England

Journal of Medicine 341: 99-109 Roy C N, Enns C A 2000 Iron homeostasis: new tales from the crypt. Blood 96: 4020-4027 Spivak J L 2000 The blood in systemic disorders. Lancet 355:1707-1712

Steinberg M H 1999 Management of sickle cell disease.

New England Journal of Medicine 340:1021-1030 Stock W, Hoffman R 2000 White blood cells: non-

malignant disorders. Lancet 355:1351-1357 Tefferi A 2000 Myelofibrosis with myeloid metaplasia.

New England Journal of Medicine 342:1255-1265 Toh B-H, van Driel I R, Gleeson P A1997 Pernicious anaemia. New England Journal of Medicine 337: 1441-1448

Weatherall D J, Provan A B 2000 Red cells I: inherited anaemias. Lancet 355:1169-1175 Weatherall D J, Provan A B 2000 Red cells II:

acquired anaemias and polycythaemica. Lancet 355:1260-1268 Young N S, Maciejewski J 1997 The pathophysiology of acquired aplastic anaemia. New England Journal of Medicine 336:1365-1372

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