Hematological diseases are a heterogeneous group of disorders that may have numerous clinical and laboratory findings mimicking non-hematological diseases. Therefore, a detailed clinical history and physical examination are important. Frequently, laboratory tests will be necessary to confirm the clinical diagnosis.
Hematological disorders can be classified into malignant and non-malignant (benign) blood disorders. Non-malignant blood disorders include hemoglobinopathies such as thalassemia and sickle cell anemia, other types of anemia and clotting disorders such as hemophilia.
Malignant blood diseases consist of subgroups of diseases called leukemia, lymphomas and myeloma. Lymphomas affecting the lymphatic system, subdivided into Hodgkin's lymphoma and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, are characterized by abnormal lymphocytes. Malignant hematological disorders can affect people of all ages. Malignant hematological disorders can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, lifestyle and environment.
https://www.news-medical.net/health/What-is-Hematology.aspx [Accessed: July 2023]
https://www.academia.edu/208294/Introduction_to_hematology_Book_Chapter_ [Accessed: July 2023]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hematology [Accessed: July 2023]
The information provided on this site is not for diagnostic or medical advice, but for informational purposes. If you have or think you have a disease to be treated, consult a specialist physician.
For adverse events related to Roche products,
To contact us about other issues;
Roche Pharma Address: Roche Müstahzarları San A.Ş. Uniq İstanbul Ayazağa Caddesi No:4D/101 34396 Maslak/İstanbul Tel: +90 212 366 90 00
Roche Diagnostics Address: Roche Diagnostics Turkey A.Ş. Esentepe Mah. Kırgülü Sk. Metrocity İş Merkezi D Bl. No: 4/5 34394 Şişli /İstanbul; Tel: +90 212 306 06 06
Supervisor: Bahar Süral