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Hematology
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Hematology

Haematology is the branch of medicine that is concerned with blood and its disorders.

It is commonly divided into three sub-areas, according to the type and group of cells it refers to. This subdivision is incomplete, as many diseases affect most or all of the components of blood and bone marrow.

Common tests used in the investigation of haematological problems include: Treatments include:
Health science - Medicine
Anesthesiology - Dermatology - Emergency Medicine; - General practice; - Intensive care medicine - Internal medicine - Neurology - Obstetrics & Gynecology - Pediatrics - Public Health; & Occupational Medicine; - Psychiatry - Radiology - Surgery
Branches of Internal medicine
Cardiology - Endocrinology - Gastroenterology - Hematology - Infectious diseases;s - Nephrology - Oncology - Pulmonology - Rheumatology
Branches of Surgery
General surgery; - Cardiothoracic surgery; - Neurosurgery - Ophthalmology - Orthopedic surgery; - Otolaryngology (ENT) - Plastic surgery; - Urology - Vascular surgery;


Health science - Medicine - Hematology
Hematological malignancy and White blood cells
Lymphoma (Hodgkin's disease;, NHL) - Leukemia (ALL, AML, CLL, CML) - Multiple myeloma; - MDS - Myelofibrosis - Myeloproliferative disease; (Thrombocytosis, Polycythemia) - Neutropenia
Red blood cells
Anemia - Hemochromatosis - Sickle-cell anemia; - Thalassemia - other hemoglobinopathies
Coagulation and Platelets
Thrombosis - Deep venous thrombosis; - Pulmonary embolism; - Hemophilia - ITP - TTP