Join the Common Rounds as we go into detail about what goes wrong when plasma cells produce large amounts of antibodies. Learn about Multiple Myeloma and it’s clinical features CRABs. Find out what MGUS means
Join the Common Rounds as we go into detail about lab findings and clinical features of Hodgkin’s and Non-hodgkin’s lymphomas. We will cover Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia’s, Follicular lymphomas and Diffuse Large Cell Lymphoma, Burkitt Lymphoma.
Did you know that a difference between CML and AML is that CML cells are more mature and functioning? What do you call a disease where there is too much RBCs? Join us on the Common Rounds and learn more about Myeoloproliferative Disorders
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What do you know about the AML and ALL? What is the difference between the two diseases? What do they have in common?
We’ve got some simple ways to help memorize the difference between the two conditions. Listen in to find out!
Before we dive into AML,ALL, CML, CLL, LAD and any other lymphoid neoplasms, we should know about the basics.
Join us on the Common Rounds to learn some foundation knowledge on leukemia.
What is the key difference between Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) and Aplastic Anaemia (AA)?
Why do cells become vulnerable to complement damage in Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH)?
Learn about these disorders with the Common Rounds!
Pupura, pupura, pupura! – our beloved lecturer
How does pupuras relate to bleeding?
Why are TTP and HUS intimately related to each other?
Join the Common Rounds as we explore primary hemostatis disorders and their relation to bleeding.
What happens when your clotting cascade is too active? What makes them overactive? Perhaps – too many clotting factors, or too little inhibitors?
Find out with the Common Rounds.
The clotting cascade arguably is one of the largest headache inducing topics every med student encounters.
Don’t worry, we’ve got some ways to simplify it! Join us on the Common Rounds and learn this topic within 30 mins!
How do you classify hemolytic anemias? What are common signs and findings in these cases? Can you explain hereditary spherocytosis, G6PD deficiency or pyruvate kinase deficiency?
Join us on the Common Rounds as we talk through intra and extravascular hemolysis!