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The landmark clinical guide to the role microorganisms play in human health and illnesses -- now in full color for the first time!Includes 200 USMLE-style review questions along with cases & clinical correlationsLinking fundamental microbiology concepts with the diagnosis and treatment of clinical infections, this one-of-a-kind, portable text delivers an essential overview of the organisms and agents involved in clinical microbiology.In addition to concise descriptions of the organisms, you'll find vital perspectives on pathogenesis, diagnostic laboratory tests, clinical findings, treatment, and epidemiology. The book's purpose is to introduce basic clinical microbiology through the fields of bacteriology, virology, mycology, and parasitology giving you a far-reaching, yet accessible review of the discipline that you can't find anywhere else. Supporting this acclaimed coverage are more than 120 full-color illustrations and tables, each designed to clarify and drive home important chapter concepts.Valuable learning aids include 200 USMLE-style review questions, tables, key points, boxed case studies, and chapter objectives and summaries.Content that spans the entire field: The science of microbiology, Cell structure, Classification of bacteria, The growth and survival and death of microorganisms, Cultivation of microorganisms, Microbial metabolism, Microbial genetics, Immunology, Pathogenesis of bacterial infection, Antimicrobial chemotherapy, Normal microbial flora of the human body Spore-forming gram-positive bacilli: bacillus & clostridium species, Non-spore-forming gram-positive bacilli, corynebacterium, propionibacterium, listeria, erysipelothrix, actinomycetes,The staphylococci, The streptococci, Enteric gram-negative rods (enterobacteriaceae), Pseudomonads, acinetobacters, uncommon gram-negative bacteria, Vibrios, campylobacters, helicobacter, Haemophilus, bordetella, brucella, francisella, Yersinia & pasteurella, The neisseriae, Infections caused by anaerobic bacteria, Legionellae, bartonella, unusual bacterial pathogens, Mycobacteria, Spirochetes & other spiral microorganisms, Mycoplasmas & cell wall-defective bacteria, Rickettsia & ehrlichia, Chlamydiae, General properties of viruses, Pathogenesis & control of viral diseases, Parvoviruses, Adenoviruses, Herpesviruses, Poxviruses, Hepatitis viruses, Picornaviruses (enterovirus & rhinovirus groups), Reoviruses, rotaviruses, & caliciviruses, Arthropod-borne & rodent-borne viral diseases, Orthomyxoviruses (influenza viruses), Paramyxoviruses & rubella virus, Coronaviruses, Rabies, slow virus infections, prion diseases, Human cancer viruses, AIDS & lentiviruses, Medical mycology, Medical parasitology, Principles of diagnostic medical microbiology
Geo F, Brooks, M.D. is the head of the Clinical Microbiology lab at the University of California San Francisco. Janet Butel, Ph.D. is head of the Department of Molecular Virology and Microbiology at Baylor University, Houston, TX Stephen Morse, Ph.D. is affiliated with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, GA
Table of Contents
Preface SECTION I: FUNDAMENTALS OF MICROBIOLOGY, Stephen A. Morse and Timothy A. Meitzner 1. The Science of Microbiology 2. Cell Structure 3. Classification of Bacteria 4. The Growth, Survival, & Death of Microorganisms 5. Cultivation of Microorganisms 6. Microbial Metabolism 7. Microbial Genetics SECTION II: IMMUNOLOGY, Roderick Nairn 8. Immunology SECTION III: BACTERIOLOGY, Geo. F. Brooks and Karen C. Carroll 9. Pathogenesis and Bacterial Infection 10. Normal Human Microbiota 11. Spore-Forming Gram-Positive Bacilli: Bacillus & Clostridium Species 12. Aerobic Nonspore-Forming Gram-Positive Bacilli: Corynebacterium, Listeria, Erysipelothrix, Actinomycetes, and Related Pathogens 13. The Staphylococci 14. The Streptococci 15. Enteric Gram-Negative Rods (Enterobacteriaceae) 16. Pseudomonads, Acinetobacters, & Uncommon Gram-Negative Bacteria 17. Vibrios, Campylobacters, Helicobacter, & Associated Bacteria 18. Haemophilus, Bordetella, Brucella, & Francisella 19. Yersinia & Pasteurella 20. The Neisseriae 21. Infections Caused by Anaerobic Bacteria 22. Legionellae, Bartonella, & Unusual Bacterial Pathogens 23. Mycobacteria 24. Spirochetes & Other Spiral Microorganisms 25. Mycoplasmas & Cell Wall-Defective Bacteria 26. Rickettsia & Ehrllichia 27. Chlamydiae 28. Antimicrobial Chemotherapy SECTION IV: VIROLOGY, Janet S. Butel 29. General Properties of Viruses 30. Pathogenesis & Control of Viral Diseases 31. Parvoviruses 32. Adenoviruses 33. Herpesviruses 34. Poxviruses 35. Hepatitis Viruses 36. Picornaviruses (Enterovirus & Rhinovirus Groups) 37. Reoviruses, Rotaviruses, & Caliciviruses 38. Arthropod-Borne & Rodent-Borne Viral Diseases 39. Orthomyxoviruses (Influenze Viruses) 40. Paramyxoviruses & Rubella Virus 41. Coronaviruses 42. Rabies, Slow Virus Infections, and Prion Diseases 43. Human Cancer Viruses 44. AIDS & Lentiviruses SECTION V: MYCOLOGY, Thomas G. Mitchell 45. Medical Mycology SECTION VI: PARASITOLOGY, Judy A. Sakanari and James H. McKerrow 46. Medical Parasitology SECTION VII: DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY & CLINICAL CORRELATION, Karen C. Carroll 47. Principles of Diagnostic Medical Microbiology 48. Cases & Clinical Correlations Index