Haematology is a science that evaluates blood, lymph and bone marrow diseases. In Latin, haematology means “blood diseases”. Anaemia, haemorrhages, acute and chronic leukaemia, multiple myeloma and similar diseases; bone marrow, lymphatic system and blood related diseases are examined in this section. The science of haematology has an important place in medicine as well as treatment services in terms of laboratory applications used in the diagnosis of many diseases.
The diagnosis and treatment of cancer and all non-cancer blood diseases are carried out in the Haematology Department of the Near East University Hospital. Anaemia, hemoglobinopathies, coagulation disorders and cancer types, aplastic anaemias, hypochromic anaemias, megaloblastic anaemias, hemoglobinopathies, haemolytic anaemias, iron deficiency anaemia, benign leukocyte disorders, acute leukaemia, chronic myeloid leukaemia, myelodysplastic syndrome, lymphomas, chronic lymphoid leukaemia, myelodysplastic leukaemiaare among the diseases monitored and treated at this centre.
A significant portion of these diseases are critical haematological diseases and require physician experience and multidisciplinary studies. In this sense, haematology, medical oncology, blood bank, radiology, nuclear medicine, infectious diseases and microbiology departments as well as immunology, genetics and pathology laboratories carry out holistic studies.
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|Department of Polyclinics|
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