An Unusual Consult
Dr. Moll talks about his experience with an unusual consult as a coagulationist observing an adult, male lemur with a "lame leg" from Duke Lemur Center.
A Step Forward in the Treatment of Adolescent and Young Adult B-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Dr. Boulware and Dr. O'Dwyer discuss a study that tested the efficacy and feasibility of a pediatric regimen for adolescent and young adult patients with newly diagnosed B-
Take this image challenge from Drs. Kaumeyer, Arber, and Venkataraman featuring an older man with cytopenias after treatment of a previously diagnosed hematologic malignancy. Ancillary studies including molecular testing were needed to arrive at the diagnosis.
Take this Image Challenge by Drs. Shiraz Fiday and Geoffrey Wool to learn the diagnosis of a 73-year-old woman with hemolytic anemia.
Take this Image Challenge by Dr. Lyndsey Runaas and Dr. Steven Kroft to determine the diagnosis for a 34-year-old woman with new visual field defects.
In this Image Challenge, Dr. Venkataraman and Dr. Sir Philip look at a 65-year-old patient with syncope and mild hepatosplenomegaly whose blood count results prompted a bone marrow biopsy. Take a look at the bone marrow biopsy and blood smear to determine the diagnosis.
In this Image Challenge, Dr. Li and Dr. Kim present two peripheral blood smears and a bone marrow biopsy you can use to determine the cause of a patient's neutropenia.
Dr. Parker and Dr. Venkataraman present an image challenge that looks at the diagnosis of a man with hyperleukocytosis and massive splenomegaly.
Take this image challenge to determine the diagnosis for a 65-year-old man who presented to clinic with one week of recurrent fevers, chills and severe headaches.
Take the image challenge to determine the diagnosis for a woman with hypergammaglobulinemia and diffuse lymphadenopathy.
Take the image challenge to determine what a 58-year-old man with a history of plasma cell myeloma was treated with.
This Image Challenge looks at a 76-year-old man with a history of bladder cancer treated with two local resections and no chemotherapy or radiation, presenting to the hospital with hyperleukocytosis and an abnormal complete blood count.
March-April 2019Volume 16, Issue 2
A new Compendium providing updated clinical information to "Ask the Hematologist" articles published in The Hematologist from 2010 to 2015 is now available.
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