Specialized tests performed by the Clinical Hematology Laboratory include clotting-factor assays, hypercoagulability evaluations, testing for hemoglobinopathies, and evaluation of bone marrow aspirate morphology. Specific diagnoses may often be made on the basis of examination of peripheral blood and marrow cell morphology and evaluation of clotting factor assays, frequently in coordination with testing performed in our flow cytometry and molecular diagnostic laboratories. The more routine tests performed in the laboratory include blood counts, screening coagulation assays, urinalysis, and routine body fluid evaluation. The faculty are always available for help with choice, prioritizing and interpretation of tests and results.
|Rinder, Henry Michael, MD||Professor of Laboratory Medicine and of Medicine (Hematology); Associate Director, Yale Pathology Residency Program; Director, Clinical Hematology Laboratory; Associate Chair for Clinical Affairs (Diagnostic)|
|Smith, Brian Richard, MD||Professor of Laboratory Medicine, of Biomedical Engineering, of Medicine (Hematology) and of Pediatrics; Chair, Department of Laboratory Medicine|
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