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The Washington University hematologists specialize in collaborative care for patients with blood disease. Although primary hematologic disorders account for only a small number of patients with medical illnesses, they represent a much larger component of medical complications, leading hematologists to work closely with other specialists in the course of patient care.
Services include treatment of:
- Patients with non-malignant disorders, including diseases of red blood cells, platelets
- Coagulation and fibrinolytic pathways
- Sickle cell disease
- Polycythemia vera and ITP
The core of clinical hematology is inpatient consultation at Barnes-Jewish Hospital for patients with hematologic disorders. Included in these are patients with hematologic complications from non-hematologic diseases and therapies.