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haematology

(US), hematology
the branch of medical science concerned with diseases of the blood and blood-forming tissues
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The partied discussed signing a tripartite memorandum on cooperation in the field of training specialists, oncologists and hematologists of Kyrgyzstan.
Prestigious oncologists, hematologists, Hematology Oncology educators, postgraduates, affiliations and business meanders will gather under the same rooftop.
Table 1: Data from the AMA master file and the US Census Bureau for 2010 US Type of practicing specialty N 100k population Hematologist 1,512 0.
But the purported discovery has already generated controversy among hematologists, some of whom question the thoroughness of the experiments that led to the new finding.
hematology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi) offer 21 articles on recent research in hematology for pediatricians, internists, pathologists, and hematologists.
Jude hematologists reported on six previously healthy adolescents treated for acute, symptomatic anemia.
Cancer Information Group (Dallas, TX) has begun the publication of Supportive Cancer Therapy, a new quarterly journal for practicing hematologists and oncologists.
Now, hematologists at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville provide evidence that erythropoietin works not by initiating new red-cell production but by preventing the "programmed death" of very young red cells in bone marrow.
assemble 20 chapters that discus basic and clinical aspects of inherited and acquired defects associated with von Willebrand disease for hematologists and thrombosis and hemostasis specialists.
Targeted at laboratory hematologists, clinical hematologists, pathologists, and medical technologists, the symposium will include presentations on cellular analysis, molecular diagnostics, flow cytometry, hemostasis, and lab management.
Hematologists have long relied on measures of individual cell density and size to obtain populations of older red blood cells.