Atlas of Clinical Hematology
Atlas of clinical hematology by James O. Armitage This exciting resource takes readers inside the highly visual science of hematology, combining abundant, high-quality color illustrations with expert descriptions of the most recent and clinically rel.... Published date on: 2004 with total page: 266 pages. Publisher of Atlas of Clinical Hematology is Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
This exciting resource takes readers inside the highly visual science of hematology, combining abundant, high-quality color illustrations with expert descriptions of the most recent and clinically relevant advances in the field. Essential content focuses on the hematologic malignancies, emphasizing how an improved understanding of these disorders has served as a springboard to the development of effective anticancer treatments. Discussions by expert editors and contributors review Hodgkin's and non-Hodgkin's lymphomas, plasma cell disorders, myeloid disorders, coagulopathies, anemias, and the role of cytokines and stem cells. Hundreds of clear, vibrant illustrations enhance diagnostic accuracy and guide treatment decisions.
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