Principles and Practice of Clinical Parasitology

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Stephen Gillespie, Richard D. Pearson
Wiley, Dec 5, 2001 - Medical - 680 pages
A comprehensive account of protozoan and metozoan diseases in modern clinical practice, with orientation towards clinical management of parasitic infections. In the past, parasitology was considered as an obscure subject of little relevance to the majority of clinicians and microbiologists. Over the last decade, however, much has happened to change this, not least the explosion in foreign travel
This textbook is the forth in the Principles and Practice series, providing an expansive and detailed coverage of clinical microbiology. It has a similar appeal to that of Zuckerman's, Principles & Practice of Clinical Virology, with an international authorship and emphasis placed on integrating new knowledge in a clinically relevant manner.
. An essential, up-to-date sourcebook on the fundamentals of human parasitology
. Provides a global approach with renowned and international authorship
. Completes the quartet of Principles and Practice series in Microbiology

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Stephen H. Gillespie is Professor of Medical Microbiology in the Department of Infectious Diseases at University College London, UK.

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