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Friday, November 16, 2018

Medical Microbiology - Basic Sciences

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This book makes the vast and complex field of medical microbiology more accessible by the use of four-color graphics and numerous illustrations with detailed explanatory legends. The many tables present knowledge in a cogent and useful form. Most chapters begin with a concise summary, and in-depth and supplementary knowledge are provided in boxes separating them from the main body of text.
This textbook has doubtless benefited from the extensive academic teaching and the profound research experience of its authors, all of whom are recognized authorities in their fields.
The authors would like to thank all colleagues whose contributions and advice have been a great help and who were so generous with illustration material. The authors are also grateful to the specialists at Thieme Verlag and to the graphic design staff for their cooperation.

Content:- 
I Basic Principles of Medical Microbiology and Immunology1. General Aspects of Medical Microbiology
2. Basic Principles of Immunology
II Bacteriology
3. General Bacteriology 
4. Bacteria as Human Pathogens
III Mycology
5. General Mycology
6. Fungi as Human Pathogens
IV Virology
7. General Virology
8. Viruses as Human Pathogens
V Parasitology
9. Protozoa
10. Helminths
11. Arthropods
Appendix to Chapters 9–11
VI Organ System Infections
12. Etiological and Laboratory Diagnostic Summaries in Tabular Form
Literature.
Medical Microbiology and the Internet
Index

Author Details
 Fritz H. Kayser, M.D.Emeritus Professor of Medical Microbiology
Institute of Medical Microbiology
University of Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland 

Kurt A. Bienz, Ph.D.
Emeritus Professor of Virology
Institute of Medical Microbiology
University of Basle
Basle, Switzerland

Johannes Eckert, D.V.M.
Emeritus Professor of Parasitology
Institute of Parasitology
University of Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland

Rolf M. Zinkernagel, M.D.
Professor
Institute of Experimental Immunology
Department of Pathology
Zurich, Switzerland


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