Portfolio by the numbers
Offering books and journals on prognosis, treatment, prevention and the cause of diseases related to blood, our Hematology portfolio covers Clinical Hematology, Pediatric Hematology, and many more sub-disciplines.
Discussing theory and practice, books such as Diagnostic Lymph Node Pathology and journals such as the Expert Review of Hematology are an essential resource for anyone practicing in this area of Medicine.
Expert Review of Hematology
Advanced molecular research techniques have transformed hematology in recent years. With improved understanding of hematologic diseases, we now have the opportunity to research and evaluate new biological therapies, new drugs and drug combinations, new treatment schedules and novel approaches including stem cell transplantation.
Hematology is an international open access journal publishing original and review articles in the field of general hematology, including oncology, pathology, biology, clinical research and epidemiology.
Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
PHO: Pediatric Hematology and Oncology covers all aspects of research and patient management within the area of blood disorders and malignant diseases of childhood. Our goal is to make PHO: Pediatric Hematology and Oncology the premier journal for the international community of clinicians and scientists who together aim to define optimal therapeutic strategies for children and young adults with cancer and blood disorders.
This fully illustrated text is an essential guide for trainees in Haematology and Medicine studying for higher examinations, as well as for professionals wishing to expand their knowledge or revalidate.
Flow Cytometry in Neoplastic Hematology
This third edition is the product of the author’s 25 years of experience with flow cytometry; although it covers the wide spectrum of hematopoietic tumors, the focus remains on most important clinical diagnoses, such as acute promyelocytic leukemia, identification of blasts, identification of clonal B-cell population, differentiating mature versus immature T-cell proliferations, deferential diagnosis between hematogones and B-ALL or distinction between chronic and acute monocytic proliferations.