Pediatric Hematology

The availability of the science of hematology, which developed microscopy for exhibiting blood cell morphology, made pediatric hematology a specialisation possible. It was necessary to illustrate the usual blood values of infancy and childhood before pediatric blood disorders could be explained. Many of the early research focused on the specific characteristics of neonatal blood. Following the confirmation of standard values, specific blood diseases and hematologic problems in children began to be documented in Europe and the United States. Pediatric hematology oncology is a broad and multidisciplinary field that encompasses abnormalities of established precursors in the bone marrow and their blood components, as well as coagulation and fibrinolytic systems in the plasma.

  • Hemophoitic system
  • Pluripotent stem cells

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