Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) is one of the most common types of leukemia. Its prognosis can be determined using Rai or Binet staging systems.
HELLP syndrome is a potentially life-threatening pregnancy complication usually associated with preeclampsia.
The spleen sits in the upper left abdomen beneath the diaphragm to the side if the stomach. Part of the lymphatic system, it’s crucial for immune function.
Hematologists specialize in treating blood disorders, both cancerous and noncancerous. Learn more about their qualifications and what they treat.
A woman with a blood clotting issue after getting the COVID vaccine was successfully treated with an alternative to heparin (a blood thinner).
Hepatosplenic T-Cell lymphoma is a very rare illness with symptoms that may include fatigue, unexplained fevers, weight loss, and abdominal fullness.
Common signs and symptoms of leukemia may include fatigue, weakness, fevers, enlarged lymph nodes, bruising, abdominal pain, and more. Learn more.
Learn why the six cases of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST) are prompting the CDC and FDA to call for a pause of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine.
The complete blood count (CBC) is used to measure the cell composition of your blood in order to help diagnose infection and identify drug reactions.
HELLP Syndrome is a potentially life-threatening pregnancy complication that can be properly diagnosed and treated. Learn about its causes and more.