hematology

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Synonyms for hematology

the branch of medicine that deals with diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs

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The thrombocytopenia was categorized into 2 main groups (7): Group A where thrombocytopenia showed a bone marrow disease and Group B where the thrombocytopenia was due to peripheral destruction.
Robach joined ABC in 2012 from NBC, where she was a "Weekend Today'' host, including filling in for Roberts, who has fought back from a serious blood and bone marrow disease.
The report added that the legendary designer died in 1981, from an incurable bone marrow disease, yet her star remains on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6504 Hollywood Boulevard.
Lesley Loeliger, from Glasgow, was given 10 years to live after being diagnosed with bone marrow disease paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria.
These include the treatment of acute myocardial infarction (heart attack), lung disease, and bone marrow disease. These indications collectively represent multibillion dollar treatment markets.
Other potential indications include the treatment of acute myocardial infarction, lung disease, and bone marrow disease.
The Food and Drag Administration has approved Pfizer Inc.'s Bosulif (bosutinib) to treat chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML), a blood and bone marrow disease that usually affects older adults.
Robin Roberts, "Good Morning America" co-anchor, announced Wednesday she will take a break from the show due to her blood and bone marrow disease, (http://in.reuters.com/article/2012/07/26/entertainment-us-robinroberts-idINBRE86P1M820120726) Reuters reported.
Gerardo spent his life thinking his grandmother was his mum and died at the age of 40 from bone marrow disease. The biological father is unknown and Lina refuses to disclose that information.
The company, which makes drugs to fight tumors and blood disorders, said its third-quarter profit surged on royalties from the bone marrow disease drug Dacogen.
Ukrainian-born John Demjanjuk was brought to the court in Munich in an ambulance on Monday, with his family saying he might not survive the trial due to a bone marrow disease.
Sameerah had two congenital diseases - one of which affected her small intestine, the other a bone marrow disease - a preliminary inquest was told.
The firm's own clinic, run by the Anthony Nolan Trust national bone marrow register, is being held in March after the wife of a Baker Tilly partner was diagnosed with the rare bone marrow disease MDS.
In addition, patients who had bone marrow disease responded well to RIT, which might be an indicator that the therapy reached the involved bone and bone marrow in these patients.
Every year thousands of people with a fatal bone marrow disease reach a stage when their only hope of survival is a blood stem cell transplant from a donor with the same tissue type.