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  • 1.   Bone marrow transplantation corrects osteopetrosis in the carbonic anhydrase II deficiency syndrome

    These case reports discuss the cases of 2 related Irish families with clinically severe carbonic anhydrase II deficiency syndrome deficiency in whom the gene mutation has been fully elucidated

    Blood, Vol: 97 Page: 1947-50 April 2001
    C. McMahon; A. Will; P. Hu; G. N. Shah; W. S. Sly; O. P. Smith

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  • 2.   Outcome of bone marrow transplantation in acquired and inherited aplastic anaemia in the Republic of Ireland

    This study examined the outcome of bone marrow transplantation in acquired and inherited aplastic anaemia

    Ir J Med Sci, Vol: 174 Page: 13-9 2005 Jul-Sep
    A. Piccin; A. O'Marcaigh; O. Smith; J. O'Riordan; M. Crowley; E. Vandenberg; N. Gardiner; S. McCann

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  • 3.   Severe osteopenia with recurrent fractures after bone marrow transplant for Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome: a case report

    This case report discusses the case of a boy who developed osteopenia and sustained multiple long-bone fractures over a 5-year period after bone marrow transplant for Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome

    J Pediatr Orthop, Vol: 20 Page: 402-4 2000 May-Jun
    I. S. Talkhani; D. Reidy; E. E. Fogarty; A. O'Meara

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