Medical Microbiology: A Short Course
Ellen Jo Baron, Robert S. Chang, Dexter H. Howard, James N. Miller, and Jerrold A. Turner
As more information about human infectious diseases emerges and as new questions arise, medical students, students and researchers in microbiology and immunology, and clinicians in every medical specialty need a clear and systematic summary of modern medical microbiology. Now, Wiley provides this much needed summary in a one-volume textbook, reference, and review covering the essentials of bacteriology, mycology, virology, and parasitology.
Written by authors who are experienced researchers and teachers in their specialties, MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY: A SHORT COURSE follows the format and organization of Benjamini and Leskowitz's IMMUNOLOGY: A SHORT COURSE, which has helped more than thirty thousand readers to learn and review more efficiently.
With straightforward topic presentations, plus review questions, chapter summaries, colorful illustrations of key concepts, case studies, and concise guides to diagnostic methods, MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY: A SHORT COURSE contains exactly what students, teachers, and clinicians require: information that is organized for maximum understanding, maximum retention, and ease of access.
Medical Microbiology: A Short Course...
- follows the successful short course format
- is an ideal self-tutorial for students
- features extensive illustrations
- adheres to standard medical course curricula
- utilizes classroom-tested approach
- serves as a practical reference for researchers and clinicians
- is affordably priced
Medical Microbiology: A Short Course will serve as an ideal textbook and self-tutorial for students in microbiology and immunology and as a handy reference for clinicians in all medical specialties.
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