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Rapid Review of Hematology
Author:  
Ramadas Nayak MBBS MD
 
Sharada Rai MBBS MD
 


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ISBN9789350909614
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2014
Pages154
Size 8.5" X 11"
Cover TypePaper Back
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Quick Overview
Hematology is one of the rapidly expanding fields of medicine and emerging as a clinical specialty in its own right. Hematology is difficult to teach at the undergraduate level, as it is a part of the curriculum in Pathology, during which undergraduate students do not have enough exposure to diseases of blood. This results in less attention to hematological diseases at undergraduate level. There are many hematology textbooks, but undergraduates face difficulties to refresh their knowledge of hematology during examinations. This encouraged us to write a book to fill the niche, to provide basic information to an undergraduate in a nutshell. With this view in mind, Rapid Review of Hematology is intended for the undergraduates from medical, dental and paramedical fields. Most students are fundamentally “visually oriented”. As the saying “one picture worth thousand words”, it encouraged us to provide many illustrations (e.g. etiopathogenesis, clinical presentation, complications, peripheral blood smear and other relevant laboratory tests).

The concepts of hematology have been oversimplified in this book, but all the information, the student will ever need to know, have been provided. The readers are requested to give more emphasis on word in bold letters that represents the key words to be remembered.
Key Features
• Easy to understand and student-friendly book

• Multicolored illustrations

• Concise text in bullet form for easy review

• Text enhanced by 64 illustrations, 25 photomicrographs including X-rays and clinical photographs, 59 flow charts and tables

• Text boxes to highlight the key points

• Interpretation of clinical scenarios.
Target Audience
Undergraduate Students.
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