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Sherris Medical Microbiology, 7e. Kenneth J. Ryan. Go to Review Questions · Go to Cases. Search Textbook Autosuggest Results. Show Chapters Hide. AMA Citation. In: Ryan KJ, Ray C. Ryan K.J., Ray C Eds. Kenneth J. Ryan, and C . George rainbowgiraffe.info Sherris Medical Microbiology, 6e New York, NY. PDF | 10+ minutes read | Review of: Sherris Medical Microbiology, 5 th edition ; Kenneth Ryan et al.; (). McGraw Hill, New York, NY. pages.
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SHERRIS. MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY. EDITORS. KENNETH J. RYAN, MD. C. GEORGE RAY, MD. New York Chicago San Francisco Athens London Madrid. John Sherris, the founding editor, continues to act as an inspiration to all of us. BOOK STRUCTURE The goal of Sherris Medical Microbiology remains. The sixth edition of Sherris Medical Microbiology appearing 5 years after the previous edition provides brief reviews of major pathogens and.
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Jump to a Section. Print Section. A dedicated chapter on bioterrorism and travel-associated infections are perhaps missing in this Part I of this book. Part II is dedicated on the major viral diseases and comprises of chapter 6— The viruses that are discussed in this part are respiratory viruses, viruses that causes childhood exanthems, poxviruses, enteroviruses where the recent outbreak of enterovirus D68 has not found the way yet into this textbook , hepatitis viruses, herpesviruses, viruses of diarrhea, arthropod-borne viruses, rabies, retroviruses, and papilloma viruses.
An interesting chapter of this part is the chapter on persistent viral infections of the central nervous system where an overview is given to diseases such as progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy but also on prions disease. For readers who do not spend daily professional activities in virus area, it is always difficult to memorize the classification of the virus family.
Perhaps a table where the classification is based on virion structure is a better idea. Part III is dedicated to the major bacterial diseases and comprises chapter 21— It is the largest part of this book.
All major bacterial pathogens from Staphylococci, Streptococci, and Enteroccci to sprirochetes and Mycoplasma are discussed in this part. There is also a chapter dedicated to anaerobes.
The last chapter on dental and periodontal infections of this Part III is a bit out of tune. In the previous edition this chapter was a part of clinical aspects of infection, the part that is now merged into a section on infectious diseases: Part IV is dedicated to the major fungal diseases and comprises chapters 42 to The organization of this part is classic: The rapidly evolving classification schemes for the protozoa have led to revision of several chapters in part V chapter 48—57 on pathogenic parasites in this book.
The chapter entitled Apicomplexa replaces the chapter entitled Sporozoa in the previous edition; and the chapter Sarcomastigophora—The Amebas replaces the chapter entitled Rhizopods.
Overall, this book is very well written and covers broad scope of human pathogens. Putting the above mentioned complaints on this book aside, this student-friendly book serves well as a point of introduction to the major pathogens described.
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No use, distribution or reproduction is permitted which does not comply with these terms. Conflict of interest statement The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.
Support Center Support Center.Part II is dedicated on the major viral diseases and comprises of chapter 6— Part I of Sherris Medical Microbiology opens with a non-technical chapter that explains the nature of infection and the infection agents.
All rights reserved. This book can be used as a framework to organize knowledge on the diagnostics of infectious diseases that can be easily found on internet nowadays. The last chapter on dental and periodontal infections of this Part III is a bit out of tune.
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