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Reviewer: Gerald A Soff, M.D.(Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
Description: This is a soft-covered, pocket-sized manual of clinical hematology. It serves as a quick, practical guide for the student or house officer.
Purpose: As the author indicates, it is intended to be a handy guide. It is not intended to be all inclusive, and the treatment regimens discussed should not be viewed as complete. It provides a balance between the pathophysiology of and therapeutic guidelines for hematologic disorders and serves this purpose well. It is not appropriate for the fellow or attending in hematology, but its authors note it is not intended for this purpose.
Audience: It is intended for the student or house officer and other nonhematology practitioners of medicine.
Features: The overall presentation is a balance between the pathophysiology and management of blood disorders. The illustrations consist of supporting tables and figures and appropriately supplement the text. The index is satisfactory, but at times the cross-references are not complete. The references are current and will provide a good guide for further reading.
Assessment: This will be a popular manual for students and housestaff. It provides considerable updated material from the previous edition. When students or house officers desire to learn more about a hematologic problem during call, they will be pleased to have this manual at their disposal.
Gerald A. Soff
This is a soft-covered, pocket-sized manual of clinical hematology. It serves as a quick, practical guide for the student or house officer. As the author indicates, it is intended to be a handy guide. It is not intended to be all inclusive, and the treatment regimens discussed should not be viewed as complete. It provides a balance between the pathophysiology of and therapeutic guidelines for hematologic disorders and serves this purpose well. It is not appropriate for the fellow or attending in hematology, but its authors note it is not intended for this purpose. It is intended for the student or house officer and other nonhematology practitioners of medicine. The overall presentation is a balance between the pathophysiology and management of blood disorders. The illustrations consist of supporting tables and figures and appropriately supplement the text. The index is satisfactory, but at times the cross-references are not complete. The references are current and will provide a good guide for further reading. This will be a popular manual for students and housestaff. It provides considerable updated material from the previous edition. When students or house officers desire to learn more about a hematologic problem during call, they will be pleased to have this manual at their disposal.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780316552202
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 1/28/1995
  • Series: Spiral Manual Ser.
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 407

Table of Contents

Contributing Authors
Preface
1 Hematopoiesis and Hematopoietic Growth Factors 1
2 The Anemias 17
Iron-Deficiency Anemia 17
Megaloblastic Anemia 38
Anemia of Chronic Disease 53
Aplastic Anemia 60
3 Primary and Secondary Erythrocytosis 70
4 Hemolytic Anemia: Congenital and Acquired 87
5 Iron-Overload Disorders 115
6 Abnormalities of Hemoglobin 146
7 Disorders of Granulocytes: Qualitative and Quantitative 163
8 Platelet Disorders: Hereditary and Acquired 190
9 Myeloproliferative Diseases 204
10 Myelodysplastic and Preleukemic Syndromes 210
11 Acute Leukemias in Adults 222
12 Chronic Leukemia 236
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and Related Disorders 236
Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia 242
13 Multiple Myeloma and Related Monoclonal Gammopathies 251
14 Benign Lymphocyte Disorders 277
15 Malignant Lymphomas 294
Hodgkin's Disease 294
Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas 316
Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphomas 330
16 Hemostasis: Hemorrhagic and Thrombotic Disorders 349
17 Transfusion: Blood and Blood Components 380
18 Hematologic Aspects of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection 402
App. A Normal Hematologic Parameters 411
App. B Bone Marrow Differential Counts During Infancy and Childhood 416
App. C Complement Activation 418
App. D Schilling Test: Interpretation of Excretion Values 419
App. E Hemoglobin-Oxygen Equilibrium Curve 420
App. F Osmotic Fragility of Erythrocytes 421
App. G Transitions in Myeloproliferative Disorders 424
App. H FAB Classifications 425
App. I Cytochemical Reactions in Normal and Abnormal Blood Cells 427
App. J Cytochemical Reactions: Esterase 429
App. K Cytochemical Reactions in the Acute Leukemias (FAB Classification) 430
App. L Platelet Organelles and Constituents 431
App. M Pathways of Blood Coagulation 432
App. N Coagulation Schema as Previously Conceived 433
App. O Summary of Blood Components 434
App. P Nomograms for Determining Body Surface Area 439
App. Q Growth Factors and Hematopoietic Differentiation 441
Index 443
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