Haematological Diseases – Blood Disorders

In addition to haematological malignancies, such as leukaemias and lymphomas, children and adolescents can suffer blood disorder, that are not classified as cancer, but may lead to severe diseases and therefore require treatment. These blood disorders include severe aplastic anaemia (SAA), thalassaemia, immune (idiopathic) thrombocytopenic purpura, congenital neutropenia, haemophilia, sickle-cell disease, iron deficiency anaemia and various other diseases.

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www.kinderblutkrankheiten.de

The information portal on non-malignant haematological diseases in childhood and adolescence

On these pages you will find detailed information (in German) on several blood diseases caused by alterations/disorders of blood cells, immune deficiency, or blood coagulation disorders, respectively. www.kinderblutkrankheiten.de