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Author: Neal S. Young
ISBN: 0702018570
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Pages 232 pages
Publisher W B Saunders Co Ltd (July 12, 1995)
Language English
Category: Science
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eBook Viruses as Agents of Haematological Disease (BIPR Haematology) download

by Neal S. Young


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The book also includes chapters on blood transfusion, hemochromatosis, and consultative hematology. Of note, it includes two very useful chapters on how to interpret standard hematological tests as well as one on the basic principles and clinical applications of flow cytometry. Where appropriate, there are illustrations and tables that make a topic easy to read and understand. Finally, each chapter is well documented with citations to relevant and current references in the literature to make this handbook a well-rounded companion.

The book includes seven chapters written by clinical and academic leaders in the field, organised according to haematological malignancy sub-type. Each chapter includes a background on disease pathology and the genetic abnormalities most commonly associated with the condition. Authors present in-depth discussions outlining the biological significance of these lesions in pathogenesis and progression, and their use in diagnosis and monitoring response to therapy. The current or potential role of specific abnormalities as novel therapeutic targets is also discussed

Patients with a variety of haematological diseases are. immunocompromised due to either their underlying disease or. the treatment required for the condition. haematologist and honorary senior lecturer at the Southampton.

Hematologic diseases that cause vascular thrombosis are the most common conditions that predispose to BCS in North America and Western Europe. A recent meta-analysis of BCS studies implicates MPD in 4. % of 1062 reported cases of BCS (Smalberg et al, 2012).

Clinical Hematology is a small book which provides a surprising large amount of the most important and up to date information I am looking for. It is very helpful to have such pertinent and trust-worthy information at my fingertips. Epidemiology, clinical presentation, staging, prognostics, statistics and treatment presented in a well organized and concise manner.

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Includes coverage of the following topics: viral pathophysiology; haemoatological disorders with feline retrovirus infections; effect of human immunodeficiency virus infection on haematopoiesis; human herpesvirus 6; and mechanisms of Dengue virus-induced bone marrow suppression.