hematologic disorder

hematologic disorder

[‚hē·mə·tə‚läj·ik dis′ȯrd·ər]
(medicine)
A disorder marked by aberrations in structure or function of the blood cells or the blood-clotting mechanism.
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In one study, 55 percent of breast amyloidosis patients had a hematologic disorder, most commonly extranodal marginal zone B-cell lymphoma followed by plasma cell dyscrasia.
The diagnosis of HEV infection occurred a median of 10 (range 0-227) months after identification of the hematologic disorder.
Although the clinical symptoms of the patient were improved through RTX therapy, hematologic disorder did not get much better.
The researchers have been investigating a rare disease called neutrophil-specific granule deficiency, a hematologic disorder afflicting only a handful of people in the world.
There was no history of hematologic disorder or blood transfusion and the patient was not on any drugs.
Hematologic disorder (anemia, leukopenia or lymphopenia on two or more occasions, thrombocytopenia)
The absence of any constitutional symptoms and the normal blood tests make any malignant or hematologic disorder a very low possibility.
The first inherited hematologic disorder to be diagnosed using molecular diagnostics testing was sickle-cell anemia.
Intraoperative frozen-section pathology revealed a lesion with organized fibrin suggestive of a mass secondary to the patient's hematologic disorder.
Von Willebrand's disease is the most common hematologic disorder in women, occurring in about 1% of the population, and the initial presenting symptom may be abnormal menstrual bleeding or hemorrhage at menstruation.
The patient had no evidence of immunodeficiency and no predisposing factors for immunocompromise such as alcoholism, diabetes mellitus, or a hematologic disorder.
Peripheral blood smear, bone marrow aspiration and biopsy showed no pathologic finding regarding any hematologic disorder, bone marrow metastasis or infectious disease.