T. Vallespí & L. García-Alonso
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BENIGN and CONGENITAL BLOOD DISORDERS (B)
MALIGNANT BLOOD DISORDERS (C) (WHO 2008, modified)
DIAGNOSED IN BLOOD
or IN BONE MARROW (D)
The radiological study of the thorax should always be perfor...
Cranial radiography showing lytic lesions in a patient with...
Pelvis radiography showing multiple lytic lesions in a case ...
CT with contrast
Splenomegaly in CT with contrast in a patient with villous l...
Positron emission tomography (PET), which uses fluorinated d...
PET/CT is more sensitive than any other imaging technique on...
Positron emission tomography with multislice tomography (PET...
PET-CT Bone marrow.
PET-CT detects 90% bone disease but can not replace bone mar...
PET-CT spine Mass
Spine Mass. PET CT facilitates the localization of focal bon...
PET-CT PET / CT monitoring lymphomas
This technique is suitable to assess the treatment response ...
Last published Images
BENIGN and CONGENITAL BLOOD DISORDERS (B)>
Hematimetry: Cellular analysis by peroxidases.
Blood cell count and other parameters
MALIGNANT BLOOD DISORDERS (C) (WHO 2016, modified)>
Chronic myeloproliferative diseases
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