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Medical Industry Feature: Unexplained Hematologic Abnormalities

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Unexplained Hematologic Abnormalities: Could It Be Type 1 Gaucher Disease?

Unexplained Hematologic Abnormalities: Could It Be Type 1 Gaucher Disease?
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Type 1 Gaucher disease often mimics the signs and symptoms of hematological malignancies, so how can we differentiate them to reach an accurate diagnosis?

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    Type 1 Gaucher disease is a progressive and lifelong genetic disease, and when the diagnosis is missed, this can lead to some serious implications or consequences. And since hematologists-oncologists play a pivotal role in identifying and diagnosing these patients, Dr. Matt Birnholz speaks with Dr. Joel Weinthal, Medical Director at Medical City Hospital, about the symptoms of Gaucher disease hematologists-oncologists should look for, how to test and diagnose, the consequences of diagnostic delays, and more.

                                                                                                                                              MAT-US-2003112  5/2020
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