Hematology

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By Robin Huiras-Carlson • December 14, 2022

This "Pathways" program provides a Anatomic and Clinical Pathology case that includes a history, potential answers, rationale, and relevant references. This case sub-specialty is Clinical Microbiology, Hematology, Hematopathology, and Infectious Disease.

By MCL Education • September 8, 2020

Mayo Clinic laboratory experts share five case studies in this month’s “PathWays” post and are challenging you to test your anatomic pathology, biochemical genetics, anatomic and clinical pathology, and special coagulation knowledge. Review the cases, take the quizzes, and learn how the correct diagnoses were made.

By MCL Education • April 16, 2019

A 70-year-old female presented with refractory gross hematuria one day after uncomplicated cystoscopy and fulguration of a benign bladder mass. She was treated with continuous ...

By MCL Education • April 16, 2019

A 72-year-old man with a history of chronic atrial fibrillation on warfarin anticoagulation and a questionable history of immune-mediated heparin-induced thrombocytopenia was admitted for elective ...

By MCL Education • March 12, 2019

Mayo Clinic laboratory experts are challenging you to test your anatomic pathology, surgical pathology, clinical pathology, and hematopathology knowledge. Review the cases, take the quizzes, and learn how the correct diagnoses were made. Good luck.

By Erika Fetterman • April 10, 2018

A 40-year-old female presented with abdominal pain and diarrhea. Abdominal CT scan showed significant wall thickening of cecum.  Right hemicolectomy was performed.  Histologic sections revealed ...

By MCL Education • April 10, 2018

This week's case study reviews a 57-year-old male who underwent allogeneic bone marrow transplant for AML. View the case and make a diagnosis.

By April Josselyn • November 28, 2017