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hematologist

[‚hē·mə′täl·ə·jəst]
(medicine)
A specialist in the study of blood.
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Potential limitations in the study include the refractory nature of referrals at a tertiary care center potentially overestimating the prevalence of HMB in this population as well as the study's retrospective design when investigating and measuring heavy menstrual bleeding, but researchers noted patients were reviewed and classified by a specialist pediatric hematologist.
Since my original hematologist and PA no longer work for the healthcare facility, I was told there were no further avenues to investigate why the diagnosis remained on my chart.
The hematologist did not use prednisolone for the treatment of AHA because they were apprehensive of infection due to advanced age.
Moin, it may be mentioned here, was a renowned hematologist, kind hearted God fearing physician who always practiced ethical medicine.
She also will be managed with blood thinner shots for weeks to months and followed up closely with the hematologist.
Keeping in mind the importance of continuous medical education Memon Medical Institute has arranged a Lecture on "THROMBOCYTOPENIA - To treat or not to treat" for all Pediatricians, Hematologists and Physicians.
Children with the sickle-cell blood condition have been shown to be 56 times more likely than other kids to be hospitalized for the seasonal flu, said hematologist John Strouse of the Johns Hopkins Children's Center in Baltimore.
The donation was made on Saturday and it will be used to pay the only pediatric oncologist and hematologist in that region, the news agency noted.
Once diagnosed, treatment and evaluation should occur under the care of a hematologist or hematologist/oncologist.
"Our inquiries have come from many diverse backgrounds including an agriculture professor in Oman teaching an instruments course, a medical school professor giving a lecture on endocrinology, a hematologist at a hospital in Cambridge, United Kingdom, a home-schooled student, and a graduate student considering a future in toxicology research," says Uesugi.
Randy Eichner, MD, hematologist, internist for the Oklahoma Sooners and Running & FitNews[R] editorial board member, says, "No practical way exists to gauge sodium needs as precisely as fluid needs." (Fluid loss can be determined by weighing athletes before and after exercise.) He notes that sodium levels in sweat vary greatly among people, as do sweat rates.
Wong is a specialist in internal medicine and a hematologist at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Chinese University of Hong Kong.