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Flow Cytometry for Hematopathologists
You can now watch an ICCS-sponsored, 60-minute Webcast outlining new ICCS guidelines for the diagnosis and monitoring of PNH.
Michael J. Borowitz, MD, PhD
Professor of Pathology and Oncology, Director of Hematologic Pathology, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
Wendell F. Rosse, MD
Florence McAlister Professor of Medicine, Emeritus, Duke University Medical Center
The Presentation Addresses:
- The pathophysiology, clinical manifestation, and consequences associated with PNH
- Recommendations on the evaluation of high-risk patient populations who should be tested for PNH
- Flow cytometry procedures and strategies for detecting PNH cells/clones under routine, as well as high-sensitivity, methodologies
Flow Cytometry: The Most Sensitive, Informative Assay for PNH Diagnosis
Detection of PNH clones by flow cytometry via peripheral blood, the gold standard diagnostic test for PNH, provides the most consistent and sensitive method of testing for PNH. The International Clinical Cytometry Society (ICCS) has published guidelines to support the accurate identification and monitoring of PNH cell populations.1
Now you can more accurately identify and monitor PNH in your practice. Click here to view the full ICCS guidelines.