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The branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the blood and bone marrow.

he′ma·to·log′ic (-tə-lŏj′ĭk), he′ma·to·log′i·cal adj.
he′ma·to·log′i·cal·ly adv.
he′ma·tol′o·gist n.
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Adj.1.hematological - of or relating to or involved in hematology
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, hematological
a. hematológico-a, rel. a la sangre;
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Whereas, infections that develop 2 years after the operation or later occur completely hematologically (1).
Following weaning, all three patients remained hematologically stable with no transfusions and stable average hemoglobin of 11.8 g/dL at most recent measure.
Hematologically important mutations: leukocyte adhesion deficiency (first update).
Trophozoites have the capacity to adhere and lyse the colonic epithelium and subsequently spread hematologically through the portal vein system to distant sites such as the peritoneum, liver, lung, or brain [7, 11].
BM samples were obtained from hematologically healthy donors according to the Declaration of Helsinki and the Local Ethics Committee of Villacoapa Hospital, Mexican Institute for Social Security (IMSS).
Khera et al., "Red cell life span heterogeneity in hematologically normal people is sufficient to alter HbA1c," Blood, vol.
The medication was interrupted 4 days before surgery and readministered 4 days after surgery because no hematologically known adverse effect was present, and BRAF and EGFR inhibitors have no known adverse effect on wound healing.
A study reported that mice deficient in C3 are hematologically normal under steady-state conditions but displayed a significant delay in hematopoietic recovery from transplantation of wild-type mice [101].
Hb [A.sub.2]' (delta 16 Gly [right arrow] Arg) is a hematologically silent Hb [A.sub.2] variant that has been reported in 1%--2% of African Americans (3, 4).