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- Kristine Krafts, M.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology University of Minnesota School of Medicine April 2013: 78,614 unique visitors.
- Azra said God bless you dear Dr. Kraft!
- suzierose said That you Kristine! Clear, concise explanation…
- Kristine said Hi Musa – You’re not alone! There are plenty of other coag haters out there (they haven&...
- Musa Jumaa Hussein said I am one of the Coag hater. Can I find this book in a book shop in the UK Thanks
- Abisola said Beautiful piece…paints a better picture…goodwork!
- Kristine said 1. Yes – in some books it does. It’s not a true cause of an elevated MCV, but there you...
- Kristine said Hi Ari – Thanks! You can find an article describing the 2008 WHO revisions here: http://bloodj...
- Dr. Mehmood-ul-Hasan said This is really a great concept, which (usually) the physicians do not know. A haematologist should d...
- Ari said Thanks a lot for those nice informations Can I ask for the new WHO lymphoma classifications book or...
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- ogechi said What a lovely snack.Hard to forget its taste.Thanks.
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