Wintrobe's Clinical Hematology

Wintrobe's Clinical Hematology
14th Ed.
2019 © Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Alan F. List MD; Angela Dispenzieri MD; Bertil Glader MD, PhD; Daniel A. Arber MD; Frederick R. Appelbaum MD; George M. Rodgers MD, PhD; John P. Greer MD; Robert T. Means Jr., MD; Todd A. Fehniger MD, PhD
ISBN-13: 978-1-49634-742-8
Hematology, Emergency Medicine, Oncology, Pathology


This extensive title, which combines scientific principles with up-to-date clinical procedures, has been thoroughly updated for the fourteenth edition. You’ll find in-depth material on the biology and pathophysiology of lymphomas, leukemias, platelet destruction, and other hematological disorders as well as the procedures for diagnosing and treating them.

  • • Combines the biology and pathophysiology of hematology as well as the diagnosis and treatment of commonly encountered hematological disorders in one volume.
  • • Access the latest knowledge in genetics and genomics
  • • Packed with more than 1,500 tables and figures.

Doody's Reviews

Doody's Core Titles (DCT)
Specialty Score: 2.7 Health Sciences - Laboratory Medicine-Hematology/Oncology
Go to Doody's Review page

Quotes, Reviews or Testimonials

"This is an excellent book for residents/fellows/and clinicians in hematology. The 13th edition is a justified replacement of the previous edition due to the advances in the understanding of the biology, diagnostic tests, and treatment options in the intervening years."

-- Robert Chen, MD (City of Hope) Doody's Review previous edition

"Overall, this edition provides ample evidence why this is a unique book in hematology, unsurpassed in its broad coverage of topics and its state-of-the-art information. It will be treasured by all clinicians who have to deal with patients with hematologic disorders."

-- Hau Kwaan, MD, PhD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine) Doody's Review - previous edition


The intended audience encompasses the entire spectrum of healthcare providers, including medical students, nurses, residents, clinicians, and scientists, but it is most appropriate for residents, fellows, and practicing clinicians with a special interest in hematology.

Table of Contents

Similar Resources