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Mean Platelet Volume: An Old New Parameter

In this presentation we will re-visit an often overlooked parameter in the CBC, the MPV. This parameter has critical clinical applications, such as discriminating between thrombocytopenias caused by bone marrow disease (low platelet production) versus those caused by increased platelet destruction in the circulation.
Recorded Nov 18 2014 50 mins
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Dr. Fernando Chaves, Director Global Scientific Affairs
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