The study of blood, the blood-forming/Hematopoietic system, its components, illnesses, and treatment strategies is known as hematology.

Additionally, it studies the research, the processes involved in blood formation and how they alter under different pathological conditions.

What details should we know about the Department of Hematology?

The clinic's hematology division has 15 spaces. The department's blood laboratory performs examinations of blood, bone marrow, and lymph regions. Additionally, the clinic has a center, hemophilia and thrombosis institute that offers medical care. Within the framework of the state program, the aforementioned center treats patients with hemophilia and other hereditary blood diseases.

Doctors of the department manage/treat such pathologies as:

  • Non-Hodgkin's and Hodgkin's lymphoma;
  • Thrombocytopenic purpura;
  • acute and chronic leukemias;
  • myeloma disease;
  • Anemias and others.

Clinic’s hematologists frequently take part in international researches and conferences.