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.
She was initially thought to have a hematologic disorder
before meningococcal septicemia was suspected.
Hemophilia B is a serious and rare inherited hematologic disorder
, characterized by a mutation in the Factor IX, or FIX, gene, which leads to deficient blood coagulation and an increased risk of bleeding or hemorrhaging.
Intraoperative frozen-section pathology revealed a lesion with organized fibrin suggestive of a mass secondary to the patient's hematologic disorder
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.
(anemia, leukopenia or lymphopenia on two or more occasions, thrombocytopenia)
The first inherited hematologic disorder
to be diagnosed using molecular diagnostics testing was sickle-cell anemia.
presents a guide for pathologists, hematopathologists, fellows, residents, medical students, pediatric hematologists/oncologists, and clinical scientists to the diagnosis of benign and malignant hematologic disorders
Disorders of coagulation, in association with prescribed anticoagulants or hematologic disorders
such as leukemia, rarely present with hemotympanum.
The emergence of these cells was interpreted as an increase of so-called hematogones, the term referring to a population of immature B cells found in the bone marrow of healthy young children, but more frequently in a variety of pathologic conditions, including hematologic disorders