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Case 50 part 5 – summary

This case was an interesting one! As haematologists we have a privileged position of being able to get to know our patients extremely well and also have the skills to review their marrow under the microscope in order to reach … Continue reading

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Case 50 part 5 – update

You have a 41 year old female with night sweats, splenomegaly and pancytopenia.   Differential diagnosis from #teamhaem are: Lymphoma e.g. splenic marginal zone lymphoma or hairy cell leukaemia or even a high grade lymphoma Myeloproliferative neoplasm e.g. myelofibrosis Metastatic … Continue reading

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Case 50 part 5 – the beginning

You are the haematologist in a busy clinic. You are referred a patient with splenomegaly and pancytopenia. She has been suffering from night sweats. A full blood count shows: Hb 92g/L (115-160) MCV 89fL (79-98) WCC 2.5×10*9/L (4-11) Neuts 1.0×10*9/L … Continue reading

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Case 25 – summary

This case was an interesting one! As haematologists we have a privileged position of being able to get to know our patients extremely well and also have the skills to review their marrow under the microscope in order to reach … Continue reading

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