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Clinical Haematology

Which patients should visit a Clinical Hematologist?

Patients who have an abnormality in their CBC report. For instance,

  • Low/ High Haemoglobin (Hb) value
  • Low/ High WBC counts
  • Low/ High platelet counts

Which patients can benefit from Hematologist and Hemato-oncologist's (Blood & Blood Cancer specialist) expertise?

  • Weakness/loss of energy ( Anaemia)
  • Bleeding/purpura (Thrombocytopenia)
  • Repeated infections/boils (Neutropenia)
  • Pancytopenia (combination of above) in aplastic anaemia, Leukaemia.
  • Swollen leg ( Deep Venous Thrombosis - DVT)
  • Weight loss/ loss of appetite ( Blood cancer, Leukaemia)
  • Bone pain/ bone fracture ( Multiple Myeloma)
  • Lymphadenopathy ( Lymphoma,/ Hodgkin's Lymphoma)
  • Splenomegaly (CML, Lymphoma, Myelofibrosis, infections, fever)
  • Joint bleeding/ rare site of bleeding (Haemophilia)
  • Excessive menstrual bleeding (No obvious Gynaec.cause)
  • Increased haemoglobin ( Polycythaemia)
  • Excessive platelet count ( Thrombocytosis)
  • Excessive WBC count ( Chronic Leukaemia like CLL)
  • Excessive eosinophil count (Eosinophilia)
  • Warfarin monitoring with INR & adice on thrombophilia screening.
  • Pyrexia of unknown origin (fever for 1-2 weeks and not responding)
  • Thalassemia/ sickle cell anaemia.
  • Blood Transfusion problems
  • Pregnancy related haematology problem/DIC.
  • Patients who need Blood Transfusions.

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