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We concluded that imatinib is useful for treating erythrocytosis and controlling splenomegaly in a significant proportion of patients with PV, but it is less effective for controlling thrombocytosis or splenomegaly in others (101–103). These data suggest heterogeneity of hematopoietic stem cell proliferation in PV or patient variability with respect to imatinib metabolism. Dosage increases above 400 mg/day were usual and doses as high as 800 mg/day were associated with fluid retention, periorbital edema, and diarrhea.
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