Manson's Tropical Diseases
From the difficult to diagnose to the difficult to treat, be prepared for whatever your patients bring back. The revised and updated 22nd edition of Manson's Tropical Diseases provides you with the latest coverage on emerging and re-emerging diseases from around the world, such as multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis and malaria, the avian flu, and more. Boxes and tables highlight key information on current therapies. And now, as an Expert Consult title, you can access the information you need online as well as in print!
Covers every aspect of Tropical Medicine in detail, not just infections.
Takes both a system-based and a disease approach, with extensive cross-referencing to minimize duplication.
Includes a strong clinical focus, emphasized by clinical management diagrams.
Features leading experts in the field, with contributions from clinicians who are based full-time in the tropics.
Features up-to-date information on HIV/AIDS, with an emphasis on Africa; malaria; tropical gastroenterological problems; dengue and dengue hemorrhagic fever; tuberculosis; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; SARS; avian flu; bartonellosis, cat-scratch disease, trench fever, human erlichiosis; and more.
Describes the latest therapies, such as recently approved drugs and new treatment options, so you can incorporate them into to your practice.
Presents global perspectives from the world's leaders in this specialty to put the latest expert knowledge to work for you and your patients.
Highlights key information with more boxes and tables so you can find what you need easily and apply it quickly.
Allows you to access the complete contents online, plus appendices on Laboratory Diagnosis, Parasitic Protozoa, Medical Helminthology, Nematodes, Trematodes, Cestodes, Medical Acarology and Entomology, and Sources of Information in Tropical Medicine.
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Underlying Factors in Tropical Medicine
The Economics and Financing of Tropical
Symptoms and Signs
Respiratory Problems in the Tropics
Haematological Diseases in the Tropics
Human Disease due to Environmental
Bartonellosis Catscratch Disease Trench Fever
Renal Disease in the Tropics
HIVAIDS and Opportunistic Illnesses
Sexually Transmitted Infections Excluding HIV
Surgery in the Tropics
Obstetrics in the Tropics
Trends in Radiology and Imaging Services
Venomous and Poisonous Animals
Podoconiosis Noninfectious Geochemical
Diabetes in the Tropics
Ischaemic Heart Disease
Dengue and Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever
EpsteinBarr Virus and Associated Diseases
Diarrhoea Caused by Viruses
Cutaneous Viral Diseases
Virus Infections of the Central Nervous System
Other Spirochaetal Diseases excluding Treponema
Pneumocystis jiroveci Infection
Human African Trypanosomiasis
American Trypanosomiasis Chagas Disease
Potentially Pathogenic Freeliving Amoebae
Paaiboon Sithithaworn Banchob Sripa
Soiltransmitted Helminths Geohelminths
Arthropod Dermatoses Stings Bites Allergies
Medical Acarology and Entomology
Sources of Information in Tropical Medicine
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