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Principles and practice of clinical virology

by Arie J. Zuckerman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471903418, Hardcover)

A major reference-text providing comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of human viruses wth particular emphasis on descriptions of clinical conditions, diagnosis, management and prevention. Each chapter discusses a specific virus or virus group, with sections on structure, pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis, management, and prevention. A special chapter on human retroviruses is included which presents the latest information on AIDS .

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This updated version takes into account knowledge accumulated in molecular biology with its applications for laboratory diagnosis, immunisation and antiviral chemotherapy.A?°Each chapter highlights the clinical features and epidemiological patterns of infection.A?°Similarly, in response to the global concern of the threat posed by new viruses, a new chapter on Emerging Infections is included.A?°A?°… (more)

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