USMLE Road Map: Microbiology & Infectious Disease
McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 12, 2004 - Medical - 258 pages
Ideal for USMLE preparation and course review, the streamlined, easy-to-follow hierarchical outline format guides students through the most important aspects of microbiology and infectious diseases. The text is extensively illustrated to convey difficult-to-understand concepts. Clinical correlations, numerous tables and charts, and USMLE-style questions in clinical vignette format help students evaluate their strengths and weaknesses.
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Chapter 2Aerobic GramPositive Rods
Chapter 3 GramPositive Cocci
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