Pediatric hematology is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of hematopoietic and lymphatic system disorders in childhood. During the routine screening and blood sampling of childhood, we can constantly monitor the health of children, as we can gather a lot of information about the condition and functioning of the developing organism from the blood.

The child may be completely asymptomatic and a hematological disease may be suspected during the evaluation of the results of a general laboratory blood test, in which case a thorough examination should be performed as soon as possible.

If your red blood cell, white blood cell, or platelet counts are inadequate, there is a chance that you may have diseases such as anemia, hemorrhage, or thrombosis. Tumors in the bone marrow or lymphatic systems, such as leukemia or lymphoma, are also hematological diseases.

Regular screening of children with a family history of hematopoietic and lymphatic system disorders is especially important.

What belongs to a pediatric hematologist?

  • if your blood count showed anemia or other changes
  • if you have a family history of hematopoietic or lymphatic system disorders
  • Frequent dizziness, weakness, headache, tiredness, pale skin
  • nosebleeds, prolonged bleeding e.g. after dental surgery, other bleeding symptoms
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • long-standing fever
  • common infectious diseases

What happens during the consultation, examination?

What to bring?

- if available, laboratory findings, blood counts
- if any, documentation related to previous diseases, surgeries, final reports
- previous medical opinions, if any
- if any, the names of the medicines you are taking temporarily or regularly


OUR SPECIALISTS

Dr. Benyó Gábor

Pediatrician, Pediatric Oncologist, Hematologist, Pediatric Hematologist Chief Physician

+36-1-998-0004


Consulting hours:

By prior arrangement

Apply:

Dr.Phone: + 36-1-998-0004
Dr. Phone: + 36-1-998-0005

CONSULTATION FEES

Pediatric hematology is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of hematopoietic and lymphatic system disorders in childhood. During the routine screening and blood sampling of childhood, we can constantly monitor the health of children, as we can gather a lot of information about the condition and functioning of the developing organism from the blood.

The child may be completely asymptomatic and a hematological disease may be suspected during the evaluation of the results of a general laboratory blood test, in which case a thorough examination should be performed as soon as possible.

If your red blood cell, white blood cell, or platelet counts are inadequate, there is a chance that you may have diseases such as anemia, hemorrhage, or thrombosis. Tumors in the bone marrow or lymphatic systems, such as leukemia or lymphoma, are also hematological diseases.

Regular screening of children with a family history of hematopoietic and lymphatic system disorders is especially important.

What belongs to a pediatric hematologist?

  • if your blood count showed anemia or other changes
  • if you have a family history of hematopoietic or lymphatic system disorders
  • Frequent dizziness, weakness, headache, tiredness, pale skin
  • nosebleeds, prolonged bleeding e.g. after dental surgery, other bleeding symptoms
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • long-standing fever
  • common infectious diseases

What happens during the consultation, examination?

What to bring?

- if available, laboratory findings, blood counts
- if any, documentation related to previous diseases, surgeries, final reports
- previous medical opinions, if any
- if any, the names of the medicines you are taking temporarily or regularly

OUR SPECIALISTS

Dr. Benyó Gábor

Pediatrician, Pediatric Oncologist, Hematologist, Pediatric Hematologist Chief Physician

+36-1-998-0004


Consulting hours:

By prior arrangement

Apply:

Dr.Phone: + 36-1-998-0004
Dr. Phone: + 36-1-998-0005

CONSULTATION FEES