Bethesda Handbook of Clinical Hematology
Griffin P. Rodgers, Neal S. Young
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005 - Medical - 494 pages
Written by clinicians and scientists at the National Institutes of Health and other leading institutions, the Bethesda Handbook of Clinical Hematology is a concise, complete hematology handbook designed for quick bedside consultation. The book covers all hematologic disorders and provides residents, fellows, and practitioners with need-to-know information on pathophysiology, natural history, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up. Coverage includes chapters on consultative hematology, pregnancy-induced disorders, transfusion, stem cell transplantation, DNA studies, and interpretation of standard laboratory tests, clinical flow data, and molecular biology tests. The succinct yet detailed presentation is ideal for board review as well as clinical reference.