hematologic disorders

hematologic disorders,

n.pl the diseases of the blood and blood-forming tissues.
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She specializes in non-malignant hematologic disorders, including inherited and acquired bleeding and clotting disorders with a special focus on phenotype-genotype correlation in patients with familial platelet disorders.
The hepatologists or general physicians sometimes encounter hepatic manifestations of various hematologic disorders in daily practice, including various abnormalities in liver function tests or imaging studies of the liver.
Amyloidosis of the breast: Predominantly AL type and over half have concurrent breast hematologic disorders.
Drug-induced hematologic disorders as one of the unpredictable adverse drug reactions vary in incidence based on geographical location and the associated drug (6).
The World Hematology and oncology Congress will include speaker talks, brief keynote presentations, workshops and exhibitions, where researchers and associations will exchange ideas and discuss the methodology for new Diagnostics and treatment methods for Cancers and Hematologic Disorders, Management and Care of Patients, new approaches emerging in Hematology and Oncology etc.
Specialists working in orthopedics, podiatry, and other medical areas in the US provide 25 chapters on topics like imaging, rheumatologic disorders, diabetes, neuromuscular disease, edema, deep venous thrombosis, peripheral arterial disease, gait disorders, tumors, regional pain syndromes, congenital conditions, metabolic bone disease, gastrointestinal/hepatic disease, hematologic disorders, spine disease, tendinopathy, HIV, foot complications of obesity, and multiple sclerosis.
Besides a screening for autoimmune background, we naturally performed bone marrow examination to rule out hematologic disorders, which incidentally revealed low-percentage of monoclonal B-lymphocytes.
The firm is centered on the development and commercialization of therapeutics in the areas of thrombosis, other hematologic disorders and inflammation for patients who have limited or no approved treatment options.
The pustular type may be seen more frequently in patients with inflammatory bowel disease, the bullous type may predominate in hematologic disorders, and the superficial granulomatous type is known to occur following surgery or other trauma.
United States-based Celgene and United Kingdom-based AstraZeneca have commenced the Fusion clinical development program of durvalumab (MEDI4736) intended to treat hematologic disorders, it was reported yesterday.
This implies that it must be considered for patients with hematologic disorders and/or progressive neuropsychiatric signs [14].
FPs must remain cognizant of the many diverse clinical presentations of patients with HFV/AIDS, including fatigue, weight loss, unexplained rashes, and hematologic disorders (TABLE 1 (6) and TABLE 2 (7)).