Camillo Golgi, despite having been a pupil of Giulio Bizzozero, one of the founders of hematology, did not have a primary interest in the study of blood. However, in his scientific work he dealt with important hematologic problems. In 1873, Golgi described the alterations of the bone marrow in smallpox. In 1880, he treated cases of anemia with peritoneal transfusions and, from 1885, he studied the alterations of the blood in the course of malarial infection. The foundation of Haematologica gave him the opportunity to publish a couple of works that were, instead, of a purely hematologic nature
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