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Research and Markets: Problem Solving in Haematology.

DUBLIN -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Problem Solving in Haematology" book to their offering.

An experienced panel lead readers through real-life clinical presentations on how to diagnose and manage a variety of clinical cases seen in haematology practice. Over 30 common and challenging clinical scenarios create a foundation for learning and revision that incorporates recent medical literature and presents the latest guidelines for management. Experienced contributors outline treatment strategies for each case, with accompanying algorithms and illustrations in many cases.


* Focuses on both benign and malignant haematological disorders

* Excellent training resource and up-to-date referencing to present recent developments in diagnosis and management

* Content provides database from which sections can be tailored to suit specific educational needs


* Specialists in haematology

* Internal medicine physicians

* GPs and family doctors

* Trainee doctors

Key Topics Covered:

SECTION 1 Introduction

SECTION 2 Haemostasis and Thrombosis

SECTION 3 Red Cell Disorders and Aplastic Anaemia

SECTION 4 Clinical Blood Transfusion

SECTION 5 Acute and Chronic Leukaemia and Myelodysplasia

SECTION 6 Myeloproliferative Disorders

SECTION 7 Lymphoma

SECTION 8 Plasma Cell Disorders

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Date:Nov 2, 2010
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