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Schaechter's mechanisms of microbial disease

Auteur : Moselio Schaechter; N Cary Engleberg; Victor J DiRita; Terence Dermody
Éditeur : Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, ©2013.
Édition/format :   Livre : Anglais : 5th edVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
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This 5th edition provides students with a thorough understanding of microbial agents and the pathophysiology of microbial diseases. The text is universally praised for "telling the story of a pathogen" in an engaging way, facilitating learning and recall by emphasizing unifying principles and paradigms, rather than forcing students to memorize isolated facts by rote. The table of contents is uniquely organized by  Lire la suite...
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Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Moselio Schaechter; N Cary Engleberg; Victor J DiRita; Terence Dermody
ISBN : 9780781787444 0781787440 9781451100051 1451100051
Numéro OCLC : 769141612
Description : xvii, 826 pages ; 28 cm
Contenu : Establishment of infectious diseases --
The normal microbiota --
Biology of infectious agents --
Genetic approaches to studying bacterial pathogenesis --
Biological basis for antibacterial action --
Innate immunity --
Adaptive immunity --
The parasite's way of life --
Damage by microbial toxins --
Introduction to the pathogenic bacteria --
Staphylococci: abscesses and toxin-mediated diseases --
Streptococci and enterococci: "strep throat" and beyond --
Pneumococcus and bacterial pneumonia --
Neisseriae: gonococcus and meningococcus --
Bacteroids, intra-abdominal infection, and abscesses --
Enteric bacteria: secretory diarrhea --
Invasive and tissue-damaging enteric bacterial pathogens: bloody diarrhea and dysentery --
Psudomonas aeruginosa: a ubiquitous opportunist --
Bordetella and whooping cough --
Clostridia: diarrheal disease, tissue infection, botulism, and tetanus --
Legionella: parasite of amoebae and macrophages --
Helicobacter pylori: pathogenesis of a persistent bacterial infection --
Mycobacteria: tuberculosis and leprosy --
Syphilis: a disease with a history --
Borrelia burgdorferi and lyme disease --
Cat scatch disease, bacillary angiomatosis, and other bartonelloses --
Chlamydiae: genital, ocular, and respiratory pathogens --
Rocky mountain spotted fever and other rickettsioses --
Mycoplasma: curiosity and pathogen --
Strategies to combat bacterial infections --
Biology of viruses --
Picornaviruses and coronaviruses. Arthropodborne viruses --
Paramyxoviruses: measles virus and respiratory syncytial virus --
Rabies --
Influenza and its viruses --
Rotaviruses, noroviruses, and other viral agents of gastroenteritis --
The human retroviruses: AIDS and other diseases --
Adenoviruses --
Human papillomaviruses and warts --
Alphaherpesviruses: herpes simplex virus and Varicella-Zoster virus--
Beta- and gammaherpesviruses: cytomegalovirus and Epstein-Barr virus --
Viral hepatitis --
Antiviral treatment strategies --
Vaccines and antisera for the prevention and treatment of infectious disease --
Introduction to the fungi and mycoses --
Endemic mycoses --
Opportunistic fungal infections --
Subcutaneous, cutaneous, and superficial mycoses --
Anitfungal agents --
Introduction to parasitology --
Blood and tissue protozoa --
Intestinal and vaginal protozoa --
Intestinal helminths --
Tissue and blood helminths --
Prion diseases --
Biological agents of warfare and terrorism --
Diagnostic principles --
Principles of epidemiology --
Digestive system infections --
Infections of the central nervous system --
Respiratory system infections --
Urinary tract infections --
Infections of the skin and soft tissue --
Infections of the skin and soft tissue --
Infections of the bone, joints, and muscles --
Sepsis --
Intravascular infection --
Head and neck infections --
Sexually transmitted diseases --
Infections of the immunocompromised patient --
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome --
Congenital and perinatal infections --
Zoonoses --
Fever: a clinical sign of infection --
Health care-associated infections --
Foodborne disease.
Autres titres : Mechanisms of microbial disease
Responsabilité : N. Cary Engleberg, Victor J. DiRita, Terence S. Dermody.

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