This pocket-sized atlas delivers concise, yet comprehensive coverage of the morphology of normal and abnormal peripheral blood and bone marrow cells. Organized by cell line, it emphasizes morphological identification.
With more than 300 full-color photographs in the popular Davis’s Notes format, it’s the perfect reference at the bench, in class, or during clinical rotations anytime you need to identify cells. And its write-on/wipe-off pages let you take notes in any setting.
Heme Notes is the ideal companion to Denise M. Harmening’s Clinical Hematology and Fundamentals of Hemostasis, which provides comprehensive coverage of the pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis, and laboratory testing and treatment of hematologic disorders.