Journal of Hematopathology
The Journal of Hematopathology provides pathologists interested in hematopathology with all the information needed to perform modern pathology in evaluating lymphoid tissues and bone marrow. The Journal publishes reviews, editorials, comments, original papers, guidelines and protocols, papers on ancillary techniques, and case reports in the fields of the pathology, molecular biology, and clinical features of diseases of the hematopoietic system.
The Journal is unique in its international character, helping to address the huge geographical variations in incidence of disease.
The Journal offers a sure reference point for all pathologists with an interest in hematopathology. Molecular biologists involved in the expanding field of molecular diagnostics and research on lymphomas and leukemia benefit from the journal, too. Furthermore, the journal is of major interest for hematologists dealing with patients suffering from lymphomas, leukemias, and other diseases.
This journal follows a double-blind reviewing procedure. Please see the Instructions for Authors for submission information.
When the diagnosis is difficult to digest: severe vitamin B12 deficiency secondary to pernicious anemia mimicking life-threatening thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
Letter to the editor
CD38 negative anaplastic plasma cell myeloma with (14;16) translocation: a diagnostic dilemma for highly aggressive neoplasm: case report
Mansour S. Aljabry (January 2019)
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