Two Diagnoses in One Bone Marrow with Megan Nakashima, MD
Analysis of a bone marrow requires both careful morphologic examination as well as appropriate ancillary studies.
Dr. Megan Nakashima, Staff Hematopathologist at Cleveland Clinic, discusses a complicated bone marrow case involving a patient with thrombocytopenia, monocytosis, and diarrhea. After requiring the incorporation of molecular and immunophenotypic information, two diagnoses are reached.
In addition to this case, Dr. Nakashima reviews relevant changes in the WHO 2016 classification of myeloid and associated neoplasms.
As part of our educational mission for our clients and communities, Cleveland Clinic Laboratories presents the Pathology Insights video series.
Each episode features important cases, methods, and practices that are personally presented by our staff pathologists.
These short videos break down information about interesting pathology cases to better inform doctors, laboratory staff, patients, or anyone interested in the field of pathology.
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