Atlas of Infectious Diseases
This excellent atlas features coverage of all infections with a liberal use of illustrations and tables. Includes coverage of epidemiology, antimicrobial drugs, clinical infections, microbial agents, microbacteria, fungi, and parasites.
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abdominal Anaerobes antibiotics aortic arrow Bacteremia bacterial Bacteroides Boston candidiasis caused cellulitis cervical chest radiograph shows Chronic Clinical Clostridium Computed tomographic scan Courtesy of Dr CT scan culture Cutaneous Cytomegalovirus diagnosis diarrhea Diseases and Medical disseminated edema endocarditis England Medical Center erythema Escherichia coli fever Fierer J eds FIGURE folliculitis frontal fungal fungi gangrene genital Giardia graft Gram stain Gram-negative gram-positive gram-positive bacilli Haemophilus influenzae hemorrhage herpes simplex Herpes stomatitis Herpes zoster HIV infection immunodeficiency Infectious Diseases infiltrates Kaposi's sarcoma lesions lung lymphoma manifestations Mark Drapkin Massachusetts meningitis Multiple Mycobacterium tuberculosis necrosis Necrotizing Newton Wellesley Hospital organisms otitis Oxman MN pain papules Pathogenic patient with AIDS Peptostreptococcus plaques PMNs present Prevotella Pseudomonas pyogenes recurrent Salmonella seen sepsis Shigella sinus sinuses sion skin lesions Soft Tissue Infections Staphylococcus aureus Streptococcus pneumoniae syndrome syphilis TABLE therapy Tinea trachomatis ulcer vesicles viral virus warts WB Saunders Wellesley Hospital