Get the Big Picture of Medical Microbiology-and zero-in on what your really need to know to ace the course and board exams and prepare for clinical rotations! A Doody's Core Title! 4 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW! "This is in a league of its own, encompassing aspects of a textbook, an atlas,and a high yield quick-reference...For medical studentsand residents looking for a book that emphasizes the clinical presentation andtreatment of human pathogens, this is highly recommended. Overall, this is abeautifully bound workbook-style text, with high-gloss pages and well orientedcolor pictures, tables, and diagrams. This is the book that will help newmedical practitioners to see the forest for the trees of infectious disease." -- Doody's Review Service Medical Microbiology: The Big Picture is a different kind of resource. With an emphasis on what you "need to know" versus "what's nice to know," and featuring 300 full-color illustrations, it offers a focused, streamlined overview of clinical microbiology and immunology. You'll find a succinct, user-friendly presentation designed to make even the most complex concepts understandable in a short amount of time.
With just the right balance of information to give you the edge at exam time, Medical Microbiology: The Big Picture features: A "Big Picture" perspective on precisely what you need to know Clinically oriented coverage of infections of the central nervous system, eyes and ears, respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract, hematopoietic/lymphoreticular system, bone and joints, and more 300 labeled and fully-explained full-color illustrations Numerous summary tables and figures Key concepts at the end of each chapter 100 USMLE-type questions, answers, and explanations to help you prepare for the exams
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Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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Author Biography - Neal R. Chamberlain
Neal R. Chamberlain, PhD, Associate Professor, A.T. Still University of Health Science/KCOM, Department of Microbiology/Immunology.