Hematology and Hematopathology
- Communiqué: Predictive Value of Blood and Bone Marrow Flow Cytometry in B-Cell Lymphoma Classification
- Communiqué: Warfarin: Genotyping and Improving Dosing
- Communiqué: A Combined Cytoplasmic Immunoglobulin Staining and FISH Method (cIg FISH) to Detect Prognostic Genetic Anomalies in Multiple Myeloma and Related Plasma Cell Proliferative Disorders
- Algorithm: Multiple Myeloma | Laboratory Screening Tests for Suspected Multiple Myeloma
- Mayo Clinic Video: Disease Associations With MGUS
- Mayo Clinic Video: Waldenström Macroglobulinemia Treatment
- Mayo Clinic Video: Warfarin Sensitivity Genotype Test - Physician Application of Results
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Using State-of-the-Art Modalities to Diagnose Hematologic Disease
Specialists in the Hematology Division are organized by disease-oriented groups to enhance communication, focus research efforts, and improve the level of care that each group member provides. Many on Mayo's staff have multiple interests, evaluate and treat some patients outside their disease groups, and consult with each other on individual patient problems.
Mayo Clinic hematology and hematopathology laboratories incorporate all aspects of state-of-the-art modalities to diagnose: