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Clinical Hematology

Clinical Hematology

The diagnosis, treatment and prevention of blood diseases (haematology) and cancer (oncology) and research into them. Haematology-oncology includes such diseases as iron deficiency anaemia, haemophilia, sickle cell disease, the thalassemia, leukaemia and lymphomas, as well as cancers of other organs.

Onco-Life Cancer Centre facilitates bone marrow & stem cell transplant treatment to such patients within the hospital premises.

Onco-Life Cancer Centre has dedicated in-patient and out-patient haematology/oncology units staffed with nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants experienced in caring for patients with cancer and blood-related disorders.


There are times when you don’t feel as energetic and active as before. This could be a sign that your body is not getting its desired levels of oxygen from the blood. This usually is the result of low levels of the iron content or hemoglobin in your RBC is low. Your body needs enough hemoglobin to transport oxygen to the body. And when it does not receive enough life-giving oxygen, you tend to feel fatigued and weak.


Hemophilia is an inherited bleeding disorder that is caused by an altered gene in the body. It requires extreme care in the hands of Hematologists to treat this disorder which is a result of low levels of the Factors that cause clots. Since the bleeding is not just because of any injury or trauma and can occur without any obvious cause, specialized treatment is needed instantly to help the blood clot normally to stop the bleeding.


The blood in our body flows freely through our arteries and veins. While our arteries carry oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the body, the veins transport blood from the body to the heart. When there is an obstruction or clot in the blood vessels it causes a whole lot of complications to the blood supply. This clot or thrombus formation is called Thrombosis.


Myeloma is a type of blood cancer caused from plasma cells. When DNA is damaged during the development of a plasma cell, it leads to myeloma. The cells then starts to multiply and spread within the bone marrow. The abnormal plasma cells release a large amount of a single type of antibody – known as para-protein which has no useful function.


Lymphoma is a cancer of the lymphatic system. It affects a type of white blood cells. These help fight disease in the body.They play a crucial role in the immune system. This type of cancer begins in the white blood cells, known as ‘lymphocytes’. As it is present in the bloodstream to different parts of the body. This is known as metastasis.


Leukemia is a rare blood disorder affecting less than a million people per year in India.There are no preventive measures for leukemia known yet. Fast developing leukemia can be diagnosed depending on rapid onset of typical symptoms of frequent infections, tendency to bleed or bruise easily, fatigue, and weight loss. But, many suffering from it may not have symptoms.

Most Popular Questions

DM super speciality course is done after MD. Hematologist usually treats all blood related disorders includes cancer and non cancer condition.

Dr. Vinod Patil is highly experienced, trained & well versed with the bed side procedures, diagnosis & treatment of patients with hematological diseases including hematological malignancies, administration of chemotherapy and rational administration of blood components.

There are few good hematologist in India & Dr. Vinod Patil is a one of them who is highly experienced hematologist in Maharashtra. He has various Journals, Papers & Publications Nationally & Internationally under his name.