Haematology Watch

  January 2011


               The e-Newspaper of Haematology Pakistan                     Established in July, 2009     


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Spherocytes and irregularly contracted cells

Barbara J. Bain (UK)

Spherocytes and irregularly contracted cells are important findings on peripheral blood morphology which need to be detected and investigated properly.

Sudan Black B (SBB) stain

Abdusalam, Nafila (Iraq)

Sudan Black B stain is likely to be used in identifying different pathological entities. Haematologists in developing countries like Iraq present their views.


Image of the issue

Nazia Khalid


Comparison of clinicohaematological features of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in children and adults [Abstract]


Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia affects both children and adults. An attempt is made to discern local trends in presentation of the disease in both age groups.


A syndrome complicated by another syndrome


The case report emphasizes the role of a keen examination of peripheral blood morphology, the possibility of variation of presentation, and the benefit of chronological assessment of CBC and other tests.


PSH Conference January 2011


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