1. a doctor who specializes in diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs
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How To Use hematologist In A Sentence

  • Your symptoms may first prompt you to see your family doctor or a general practitioner. However, you may then be referred to a doctor who specializes in blood disorders (hematologist).
  • If a coagulation defect is suspected, consultation with a hematologist may be the most cost-effective option in the absence of reasonable screening tests for specific abnormalities.
  • I would like to know of any good haematologist in the Guadalajara area. Looking for haemotologist
  • It would be an excellent addition to the libraries of hematologists, oncologists, and hematopathologists.
  • Harvey Alter, a 75-year-old hematologist who is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, says the intensity of the XMRV debate took him by surprise. Amid War on a Mystery Disease, Patients Clash With Scientists
  • Although your regular doctor may continue to be your personal physician, most often he or she will temporarily turn your treatment over to an oncologist or hematologist for active treatment.
  • A hematologist can assist in the often difficult task of determining the exact type of sickle cell disease, especially in the presence of rarer hemoglobin variants.
  • Dr Moji Gesindo, a consultant haematologist at Leeds Blood Centre, says that the average person can lose 15% of their blood volume without fainting. Dr Luisa Dillner's guide to… donating blood
  • Criticism of over-specialisation is a bit rich from one who is herself exactly that, a haematologist.
  • Phillipa, in practice mostly a hematologist but also an oncologist by training, should have been called when Harry was admitted. Between Expectations
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