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TitleAtlas of Infectious Diseases [electronic resource] : Fungal Infections / edited by Gerald L. Mandell, Richard D. Diamond
ImprintLondon : Current Medicine Group : Imprint: Current Medicine Group, 2000
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-9313-0
Descript IX, 236 p. online resource

SUMMARY

The diagnosis and management of patients with care professionals, and this comprehensive atlas is an infectious diseases are based in large part on visual effective teaching tool. clues. Skin and mucous membrane lesions, eye findยญ Dr. Richard Diamond is an internationally recogยญ ings, imaging studies, Gram stains, culture plates, nized expert in laboratory and clinica! aspects of fungal insect vectors, preparations of blood, urine, pus cereยญ diseases. He has assembled a roster of expert authors brospinal fluid, and biopsy specimens are studied to who have prepared superbly informative chapters. The establish the proper diagnosis and to choose the most coverage is comprehensive and the illustrations are effective therapy. The Atlas of Infectious Diseases will very useful as aids for clinical diagnosis and therapy. be a modern, complete collection of these images. This Fungal Infections volume will be a valuable Current Medicine, with its capability of superb color resource for clinicians caring for patients and teachers reproduction and its state-of-the-art computer imagยญ in fields related to clinica! mycology. Specialists in ing facilities, is the ideal publisher for the Atlas. infectious diseases HIV 1 AIDS, pulmonary medicine, lnfectious diseases physicians, scientists, microbioloยญ dermatology, oncology, clinica! pathology, and neurolยญ gists, and pathologists frequently teach other health- ogy will find this volume of special in te rest


CONTENT

Histoplasmosis -- Coccidioidomycosis -- Blastomycosis -- Paracoccidioidomycosis -- Sporotrichosis -- Crytococcosis -- Systemic Candidiasis -- Mucocutaneous Candidiasis -- Aspergillosis -- Mucormycosis and Entomophthoromycosis -- Penicillium marneffei Infections -- Mycetoma -- Dermatophytoses and Other Superficial Mycoses -- Pneumocystis carnii Infection -- Phaeohyphomycosis


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