Hemato Pathology

Hemato Pathology is medical sub-specialty which deals with the study of diseased hematopoietic cells. The term Hematopoiesis means the creation of new blood cells. Clot formation that is pathological due to excessive hemostasis is called Thrombosis. Hemostasis is the absence of bleeding which causes the blood to clot in the damaged vessel or artery itself. Researchers are working isolating stem cells having functioning factors for treating individuals with Hemophilia, which is an inherited blood disorder where the patient’s ability of the body to clot blood is severely reduced. Blood cell disorders like Anemia, Myeloma, Thrombocytosis, Thalassemia are common. Some types of blood disorders are cancerous while others are non-cancerous. HSC transplantation is currently an active area of research to regenerate blood cells without defects and abnormalities. Transfusion Medicine is a branch of clinical pathology which deals with the transfusion of blood and blood products. Hematopathology is an area of active research and scientists are working to find solutions to rare blood disorders.   

  • Track 1-1 Blood Cell Diseases
  • Track 2-2 Research on Hemophilia
  • Track 3-3 Hemostasis and Thrombosis
  • Track 4-4 HSC Transplantation
  • Track 5-5 Transfusion Medicine

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