The patient refers to our center, usually due to abnormalities in laboratory tests or due to emerging pathological symptoms.

A complete history will be documented, assessment of the laboratory findings, followed by a complete clinical examination, vital parameter measurement and differential blood analysis. Guidance on the completion of diagnostic examinations (for example computer tomography or magnetic resonance imaging) will then be given, in which case diagnosis will be made. In most cases, the patient’s findings will be discussed in the multidisciplinary tumor board and treatment will be proposed.

In case a bone marrow biopsy is required, this can take place in a specially designed room in the doctor’s office.