Anemia, infections, hemophilia, blood-clotting problems, and leukemia can all be diagnosed with hematological tests.

The most frequent causes for a patient being sent to the general clinic are anomalies seen in the blood count or symptoms the patient is experiencing that the referring physician suspects could be brought on by a blood, bone marrow, or occasionally lymph node disease. Millions of Americans suffer from hematologic diseases, which are abnormalities of the blood and the organs that produce blood.

Hematologic diseases include rare genetic disorders, anemia, HIV-related conditions, sickle cell disease, complications from chemotherapy, and transfusion-related illnesses in addition to blood cell malignancies.

The following general hematology test can be requested by your doctor and can give you more information on your general hormonal wellbeing and health

  • Full blood count
  • Hemoglobin
  • Blood grouping
  • Blood clotting studies
  • ESR

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