Management of Common Haematological Conditions
This is the second of three sessions in the module Haematology in Practice launched on cme30.eu.
In this session, , Dr David Camilleri, Consultant Haematologist discusses the most common chronic haematological conditions, including criteria for referral of new or known patients with Chronic Lymphatic Leukaemia as soon as possible, based on the results of blood tests (especially if these are compared with previous tests) as well as a thorough clinical examination.
Other conditions discussed include myeloproliferative disorders as well as abnormal B12 and folate levels.
The importance of discussion with the caring consultant haematologist is emphasised.
- When to Refer Lymphadenopathy and/or Hepato/Splenomegaly to Haematology