BrainChip for Microbiology

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001 - Medical - 110 pages
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Brainchip for Microbiology is written by medical students who know firsthand how difficult this basic science course can be. The book offers the high-yield information to speed up your study time, and includes trigger words and photos for recall on the USMLE.

The material is presented in clinical case format. Color photos help you remember the disease and important specifics.

Special Features:

  • Classic photos of both the organism and clinical presentation similar to what you'll find on the Boards
  • Highest-yield information in the most concise and condensed format possible for rapid retrieval
  • Trigger words are presented in bold
  • Written by an author who has recently suffered through the trials and tribulations of boards study and knows what you need
 

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Contents

Organisms with No Cell Wall
7
GramP0Sitive C0CCi
31
Hepatitis Types ABCD
47
RNAEnveloped Viruses
56
RNANonenveloped Viruses
57
Salient Facts About Arboviruses ArthropodBorne
60
Zebras Eradicated Viruses and Prions
62
PARASITES
63
Systemic Mycoses
75
Cestodes Tapeworms
79
Nematodes RoundwormsIntestinal
83
NematodeSTiSSue
85
Trematodes Flukes
87
ProtoZ0aBlood and TiSSue
90
PTOt0Z0aIntestinal and UG
96
Index
101

Opportunistic Mycoses
65
Superficial Mycoses
71

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About the author (2001)

John Loewenstein, MD
Assc. Chief of Ophthalmology
Harvard Medical School
Mass. Eye and Ear Infirmary
Boston, Mass
Scott Lee, MD
Resident in Ophthalmology
University of California, San Francisco San Francisco, CA

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