Mayo Clinic hematologists have experience treating all types of diseases and conditions affecting the blood using a variety of forms of treatment.
Some patients come to Mayo Clinic when their condition is complex or extremely unusual, or when common approaches have failed to provide answers or the usual treatments haven't worked. Hematologists work with a team of doctors and subspecialists in other areas to determine the most appropriate treatment option for your individual needs.
The depth of knowledge of the specialists and the state-of-the-art diagnostic facilities allows Mayo Clinic experts to reach diagnoses that are difficult.
You may come to Mayo Clinic on your own or with a referral from your doctor.
Mayo Clinic provides management and services for many types of blood conditions, including but not limited to those listed below. Even if the condition you're interested in isn't listed below, you may be able to obtain additional information by contacting Mayo Clinic. Availability of the services may vary between each Mayo location. Please confirm when you call to request an appointment.
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