Emilian Snarski

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Examination of the bone marrow biopsy and aspirate allows diagnosis and assessment of various conditions such as primary hematologic and metastatic neoplasms, as well as nonmalignant disorders. Despite being performed for many years, according to many different protocols, the procedure still remains painful for the majority of patients. This paper(More)
Infections are one of the most common complications after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT). Diagnosis is established by analysis of clinical symptoms and results of diagnostic tests such as biochemical panels, microbiological cultures, and visual diagnostics. As the microbiological cultures yield positive results in only some patients and(More)
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