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Williams Manual of Hematology, Tenth Edition

Williams Manual of Hematology, Tenth Edition

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Concise and condensed content referenced to the classic main text of Williams Hematology, 10th edition.


This book is perfect for use when time is tight on rounds or in the clinic.

Excellent resource for the hematologist and non-hematologist.



Everything you need to know about the fundamental principles and practice of non-malignant and

malignanthematology.


--Coversall topics covered on the hematology-oncology board review


----Includesall of the most current classifications of hematology diseases


--Greatresource for the non-hematologist with in-depth explanations


--Includescoverage of COVID-19 and abnormal clotting written by leading experts


About the Book


Although its a handbook it is deceptively comprehensive.


--Hematologists diagnose and treat blood diseases, including clots,sickle cell disease and other hemoglobinopathies, leukemias,and lymphomas,


---Concise and condensed content referenced to the classic maintextbook.


--It is the perfect book to be used on rounds and in the clinic.


--Authoritative quick and practical reference that can be used as acompanion


or stand-alone tool for point-of-care facts and board preparation.


--Succinct focus on diagnosis and management.


--Includes numerous tables that contain diagnostic and therapeuticinformation relevant to the diseases discussed.


--Coverage of COVID-19 infections because of the frequent manifestationof associated coagulation abnormalities that are associated withrespiratory deterioration and death. Some patients with COVID-19 tend to develop thromboembolic complications.



Market/Audience



Oncology fellows:: 1500


Hematology/oncology:: 20,000


Internal Medicine:: 100,000


IM Residents:: 9000


Medical Genetics:: 2500


Genetic Counselors:: 1000


Pediatric hematologists:: 2000


3rd year medical students:: 17,000


2nd yearmedical students:: 17,000


Advancedpractice professionals:: 50,000


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Benefit to the Customer

The fastest way to access and use the authority of Williams Hematology.

Must have condensed version for hematology and internal medicine residents.


--Perfect for students, residents, and fellows needing quick but credible guidance on diagnosis and treatmentof common nonmalignant and malignant blood diseases.


--Carefully edited to deliver only the most clinical point-of-care facts, making differential diagnosis faster, easier, and more efficient.

--Edited by the leading global experts in malignant and nonmalignant hematology.



Author Profile

---The Williams editorial team truly represents the cream of the crop of research and clinical hematology. The editors are all known worldwide for their contributions to the field. Most of the editors are previous Presidents of the American Society of Hematology.

--The lead editor for the 10th edition of the Williams Manual, Marshall Lichtman, is former Dean of the Rochester University School of Medicine, and a former President of the American Society of Hematology.

Authors Other Titles

Kaushansky/Williams Hematology, 9/e (0071833005), 2015, McGraw Hill.


Reviews

* 5 Star Doodys Review for the 9th edition

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9781264269204
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Publication date
2022
Issue number
10
Cover
paperback
Dimensions (mm)
152 x 226
Weight (g)
798

  • 10E

    Manual Chapter #

    10E

    Book Chapter #

    Title: Williams Manual of Hematology, 10th edition

    Author

    9E

    manual chapter

    Chapter

    Primary Reviewers

    Front Matter and preface

     

     

    Part I. Approach to the Patient

     

     

    1

    1,2 6,8

    Approach To The Patient

    MAL

    1

    LB/KK

    Part II. Disorders of Red Cells

     

     

    2

    35

    Classification of Anemias and

    Polycythemias

    JP

    2

    MAL/LB

    3

    36

    Aplastic Anemia: Acquired and Inherited

    MAL

    3

    JP/MML

    4

    37

    Pure Red Cell Aplasia

    LB

    4

    JP/MAL

    5

    38

    Anemia of Chronic (inflammatory

    neoplastic and renal) Disease

    JP

    5

    MAL/DL

    6

    39

    Anemia of Endocrine Disorders

    JP

    6

    LB/MAL

    7

    40

    Congenital Dyserythropoietic Anemias

    JP

    7

    MAL/MLL

    8

    42

    The Megaloblastic Anemias

    LB

    8

    JP/MAL

    9

    44

    Iron Deficiency Anemia and Iron

    Overload

    JP

    9

    LB/MAL

    10

    45

    Anemia Resulting From Other Nutritional

    Deficiencies

    KK

    10

    LB/JP

    11

    60

    Hereditary And Acquired Sideroblastic

    Anemias

    JP

    11

    MAL/DL

    12

    46

    Anemia Resulting from Marrow Infiltration

    LB

    12

    MAL/MLL

    13

    47

    Hereditary Spherocytosis, Elliptocytosis, and Related Disorders

    JP

    13

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