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Haematology

The diagnostic reasoning involved in interpreting blood results

The body produces blood cells by a process called haemopoiesis in the bone marrow, which is a spongy tissue found in the centre of the bones. Infants produce bone marrow in most of their skeleton but,...

History taking in patients with suspected haematological disease

Blood is essential for many roles, including oxygen synthesis, transportation of nutrients and fighting infection. There are many diagnoses that can arise from changes within blood components, some...

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