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  • n. A scientist, usually a medical doctor, who specializes in hematology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who makes a special study of the blood and of the changes which occur in it in health and in disease.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a doctor who specializes in diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs


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hematology +‎ -ist


  • Additionally, only one in five people correctly answered that a hematologist is the type of specialist who treats blood disorders; similarly, only one in five could define hematology.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • I want to bring Kavia up to speed on all of it, fill in the gaps until that moment when I’m pretending the hematologist is a television actress instead of a hematologist, while Grams died alone—

    Vivian Rising

  • Bill Wachsman , a hematologist oncologist at the University of California, San Diego, and his colleagues have developed a Scotch-tape-like adhesive to remove dead cells from the skin for a sample of the genes that are active in skin cells in that region.

    Researchers Create Better Ways to Spot Cancer Cells

  • Before joining the NIH, he worked in New York as a hematologist at Montefiore hospital and as an immunologist at New York University.

    Ira Green, NIH Immunologist

  • It feels very urgent when it's a chemo drug, said Dr. Beth Riley, a medical oncologist and hematologist at the Brown Cancer Center.

    A life and death wait for cancer medications in short supply

  • Harvey Alter, a 75-year-old hematologist who is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, says the intensity of the XMRV debate took him by surprise.

    Amid War on a Mystery Disease, Patients Clash With Scientists

  • Inpatients are admitted to Children's Hospital and are seen daily by the attending hematologist and a hematology fellow.


  • All parents and patients can reach a hematologist on a 24-hour basis by calling the main Hospital number at 215-590-1000.

    Sickle Cell Clinical Program at The Children's

  • Phillipa, in practice mostly a hematologist but also an oncologist by training, should have been called when Harry was admitted.

    Between Expectations

  • In September 1997, Hatfill accepted a two-year fellowship as a medical doctor and hematologist to study Ebola and other hemorrhagic fevers at USAMRIID.

    The Wrong Man


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