An abnormal decrease in the number of neutrophils in the blood.(noun)
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Use "neutropenia" in a sentence
"Hemorrhaging and a blood disorder called neutropenia were the most common causes of the deaths, along with perforation of the stomach or intestines."
"The five-year-old from Castro Valley, California, was born with a condition called neutropenia, which makes her very vulnerable to serious infections."
"Hemorrhage, a blood disorder called neutropenia, holes in the gastroinestinal tract, pulmonary embolism and stroke were the most frequent causes of fatal bleeding linked to the drug, the study said."