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Non-malignant hematological diseases

The non-malignant hematological diseases sections covers all aspects of non-malignant hematological diseases including basic research and therapies/clinical management of these conditions

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  1. Ethiopia is one of the most seriously HIV affected countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Anemia is a known predictor of disease progression and death among HIV infected patients. In this study, we investigated the ...

    Authors: Muluken Assefa, Woldaregay Erku Abegaz, Aster Shewamare, Girmay Medhin and Mulugeta Belay
    Citation: BMC Hematology 2015 15:6
  2. Severe congenital neutropenia (SCN) is an immunodeficiency disease characterized low blood neutrophil counts, early bacterial infections, and risk of leukaemia development. Heterozygous mutations in the ELANE gen...

    Authors: Quang Van Vu, Taizo Wada, Tham Thi Tran, Duc Ngoc Ngo, Thuc Van Dinh, Cuong Hung Nguyen, Huong Thi Minh Le, Akihiro Yachie and Sang Ngoc Nguyen
    Citation: BMC Hematology 2015 15:2
  3. Abnormal hemograms are common manifestations and important predictive tools for morbidity in the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. Few studies have been reported on the blood profile of HIV antiret...

    Authors: Paul Nji Wankah, Claude Tayou Tagny and Dora Ngum Shu Mbanya
    Citation: BMC Hematology 2014 14:15
  4. Anemia is one of the major public health problems affecting more than half of school-age children in developing countries. Anemia among children has been conclusively seen to delay psychomotor development, poo...

    Authors: Bekele Gutema, Wondimagegn Adissu, Yaregal Asress and Lealem Gedefaw
    Citation: BMC Hematology 2014 14:13