Haematology deals with blood and with organs connected to the hematopoietic cycle. Nephrology, on the other hand, is a branch of medicine studying the kidney from morphological, physiological, pathological and clinical point of view.
Haematology and nephrology are often correlated since blood-related hematopoietic processes also involve kidneys, which in turn might be affected by hematopoietic balance. Furthermore, patients who have nephrological and / or haematological pathologies have related problems such as iron deficiency, high inflammatory conditions, circulatory problems.
Maintaining a physiological function of kidneys and haematopoietic organs is essential for body well-being.