Color Atlas of Medical Microbiology
This compact color atlas is an ideal reference for the identification of medically important bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Over 460 superb full-color photographs and electron micrographs, with concise explanatory text and captions, provide a clear framework for understanding and recognizing the pathogens that infect humans. This 2nd Edition has been updated to include the latest information on molecular diagnostics as well as new and zoonotic pathogens. It is invaluable both as a hands-on clinical reference tool, and as a self-testing resource for exam review.
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Preface to the second edition
Prions and transmissible spongiform encephalopathies
Bacteria and disease
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abscess acid aeruginosa agglutination anaerobes Animal Env antibiotic antibody antigen antimicrobial Asymptomatic bacilli bacteria beta beta lactamase blood agar Brucella Candida albicans cause cells Chlamydia cholerae Clostridium coagulase colonies containing Copyright Liverpool School Culture on blood cysts detection Diagnosis diarrheal disease Droplet Direct Nosocomial eggs encephalitis Enterobacteriaceae enveloped enzyme Escherichia coli feces fermentation fever fungi genome gentamicin glucose gonorrhoeae Gram stain Gram-negative Gram-positive growth Haemophilus influenzae hemolytic hepatitis human immunofluorescence Incubation Period infection inhibition intestine lactose larvae linear MacConkey medium meningitidis meningitis microorganisms microscopy Mycobacterium Negative-stain electron micrograph Neisseria oral Droplet Direct Oxidase pathogens patient plasmid produce protein Proteus Pseudomonas pyogenes reaction Reservoir Transmission resistance respiratory Rickettsia rotavirus Salmonella School of Tropical selective medium sensitive septicemia serotypes serum Shigella showing skin Sources and transmission specimen Staphylococcus aureus Streptococcus pneumoniae tissue trachomatis tract transmission of bacteria Tropical Medicine tuberculosis Vibrio viral virus viruses