Table of contents for Essential haematology / A.V. Hoffbrand, P.A.H. Moss, J.E. Pettit.

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Preface to sixth edition.
Preface to first edition.
1 Haemopoiesis.
2 Erythropoiesis and general aspects of anaemia.
3 Hypochromic anaemias.
4 Iron overload.
5 Megaloblastic anaemias and other macrocytic anaemias.
6 Haemolytic anaemias.
7 Genetic disorders of haemoglobin.
8 The white cells 1: granulocytes, monocytes and their benign disorders.
9 The white cells 2: lymphocytes and their benign disorders.
10The spleen.
11 The aetiology and genetics of haematological malignancies.
12 Management of haematological malignancy.
13 Acute myeloid leukaemias.
14 Chronic myeloid leukaemia.
15 The non-leukaemia myeloproliferative neoplasms.
17 Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.
18The chronic lymphoid leukaemias.
19 Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
20 Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
21 Multiple myeloma and related disorders.
22 Aplastic anaemia and bone marrow failure.
23 Stem cell transplantation.
24 Platelets, blood coagulation and haemostasis.
25 Bleeding disorders caused by vascular and platelet abnormalities.
26 Coagulation disorders.
27 Thrombosis and antithrombotic therapy.
28 Haematological changes in systemic disease.
29 Blood transfusion.
30 Pregnancy and neonatal haematology.
1 Principal features of known cluster differentiation (CD) molecules.
2 Normal values.
3World Health Organization (WHO 2008) classification of Tumours of the haematopoietic and lymphoid tissues.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Blood -- Diseases.
Hematologic Diseases.