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hematologist

[‚hē·mə′täl·ə·jəst]
(medicine)
A specialist in the study of blood.
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Nancy then had three weekly visits with her hematologist.
In late 2004, an internist referred me to a gastroenterologist and hematologist for my enlarged spleen.
In another recent study, hematologist Mary Cushman of the University of Vermont College of Medicine in Burlington and her colleagues measured hemoglobin in men and women age 65 or older who were well enough to be living at home.
This is in a scenario where it is largely preventable through pre-marital blood screening of the would be couples, said the hematologist.
On the other hand, umbilical cord blood contains predominantly naive cells, which aren't yet programmed to attack foreign tissue, says hematologist Juliet N.
A retired Argentine hematologist will auction off three drops of Evita's blood - from the real one, not Madonna - to ease his financial situation.
In the mouse experiment, by hematologist Miriam Merad of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York and her colleagues at several institutions, UV-light exposure before the transplantation prevented GVHD.
Verfaillie, a physician and hematologist at the University of Minnesota Medical School--Minneapolis.
Some scientists suspect that energy powerhouses, called mitochondria, change form in cancerous cells, says hematologist Jordan U.
Antony, a hematologist and oncologist at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis.