Veterinary Hematology

Haematology is a broad concept which deals with topics ranging from haematopoiesis (production of blood cells) to laboratory diagnosis of various diseases through the study of blood. Veterinary Haematology deals with all these aspects of Haematology in animals. Veterinary Haematology is important as there are significant differences in the blood cells of animals from human beings. Mammals have anucleate platelets and erythrocytes while birds and reptiles have nucleus cells. Size of the erythrocytes is also different in different animals. Different mammals have unique responses to inflammation. These differences make the assessment of blood and diagnosis of blood disorders more difficult than mammals, particularly human beings. So study of haematological characteristics of animals is important in diagnosing the disease. In poultry, dairy, meat and other industries involving animals such as sericulture, early diagnosis of these disorders is important in preventing huge financial losses. Veterinary haematology is also important to diagnose, and control infections spread to humans from animals.

  • Erythropoiesis.
  • Hematotoxicity.
  • Haemostasis.
  • Animal case studies and reports.
  • Species specific hematology.

 

  • • Haemostasis

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13th World Congress on Hematology and Oncology

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London, UK

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