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These 36 HEMATOGRAPHY Case Studies were added to the Web site between October, 1997 and September, 2000. The cases are factual and reflect medical practice of that time. They have not been embellished or updated in any way.
Each case illustrates a different hematologic disorder, and includes:
Educators: HEMATOGRAPHY case studies are designed to be open-ended. Utilize the data presented here to create additional study questions that are appropriate for your students.
Developer of Case Studies: Karen G. Lofsness, M.S., associate professor emeritus, Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, University of Minnesota.
Medical consultant for Case Studies: Phuong L. Nguyen, M.D., formerly of the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, University of Minnesota.
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