Medical Microbiology Illustrated
This book provides a new approach to medical microbiology by relating laboratory bench methods of investigation to clinical practice. The book includes chapters on organizations, quality assurance and safety in the microbiology laboratory, together with those describing the pathogenicity and clinical aspects of the main bacterial, fungal and parasitic organisms infecting humans. Each chapter is well illustrated with full color illustrations and further reading is provided at the end of the book.
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