In these cases, infections are often very severe. Chronic benign neutropenia is the most common type of neutropenia in childhood.. Children with chronic benign neutropenia are generally healthy and have normal physical exams. Their ANC can go up and down but is usually between 0.00 â€“ 1.5 x109/L.
Chronic neutropenia is defined as lasting more than 2 months.. Another form neutropenia, Benign Neutropenia of Childhood, is most often discovered by .
A case is described of â€œchronic benign neutropeniaâ€ in a female infant 8 months of age. The peripheral blood constantly showed a marked, selective neutropenia .
This case represents a classic presentation of autoimmune neutropenia of infancy.. .. were categorized as having chronic benign neutropenia of childhood.
We have presented a case of benign neutropenia of childhood in which the disease was manifested by a destructive process of the supporting structures of the .