Case Files Microbiology, Third Edition by Ronald C. MackenzieCase Files Microbiology, Third Edition by Ronald C. Mackenzie

Case Files Microbiology, Third Edition

byRonald C. Mackenzie, Cynthia R. Skinner DeBord, Audrey Wanger

Paperback | September 18, 2014

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Experience with clinical cases is key to excelling on the USMLE Step 1 and shelf exams, and ultimately to providing patients with competent clinical care. Case Files: Microbiology provides 54 true-to-life cases thatillustrate essential concepts in this field. Each case includes an easy-tounderstand discussion correlated to essential basic science concepts, definitions of key terms, microbiology pearls, and USMLE-style reviewquestions. With Case Files, you'll learn instead of memorize.

  • Learn from 54 high-yield cases, each with board-style questions and key-point pearls
  • Master complex concepts through clear and concise discussions
  • Practice with review questions to reinforce learning
  • Polish your approach to clinical problem-solving
  • Perfect for medical and dental students preparing for course exams and the Boards

Eugene C. Toy (Houston, TX) is a duel-certified family physician and obstetrician-gynecologist. He is academic director at Methodist Hospital in Houston.
Title:Case Files Microbiology, Third EditionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:8.8 × 6 × 1 inPublished:September 18, 2014Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:007182023X

ISBN - 13:9780071820233

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Table of Contents

Section I: Applying the Basic Sciences to Clinical Medicine
Part 1. Approach to Learning Microbiology
Part 2. Approach to Disease
Part 3. Approach to Reading

Section II: Antimicrobial Therapy
Part 1. Antibacterial Agenst
Part 2. Antiviral Agents
Part 3. Antifungal Agents
Part 4. Antiparasitic Agents

Section III: Clinical Cases
1. Bacillus anthracis
2. Bacteroides fragilis
3. Borrelia burgdorferi
4. Campylobacter jejuni
5. Chlamydia tractomatis
6. Clostridia
7. Corynebacterium diphtheriae
8. Enterococcus faecalis
9. Escherichia coli
10. Helicobacter pylori
11. Haemophilus influenzae
12. Klebsiella pneumoniae
13. Listeria monocytogenes
14. Mycobacterium
15. Mycoplasma
16. Neisseria
17. Proteus mirabilis
18. Psudomonas aeruginosa
19. Salmonella and shigella
20. Streptococcus
21. Staphylococci
22. Treponema pallidum
23. Vibrio cholerae
24. Adenovirus
25. Cytomegalovirus
26. Epstein-barr virus
27. Hepatitis viruses
28. Herpes simplex viruses
29. HIV
30. Human papillomavirus
31. Molluscum contagiosum
32. Mumps
33. Parvovirus
34. Poliovirus
35. Rotavirus
36. Respiratory syncytial virus
37. Smallpox
38. Varicella zoster virus
39. Aspergillus
40. Blastomycosis, coccidioidomycosis, and histoplasmosis
41. Candida
42. Cryptococcus neoformans
43. Pneumocystis jirovecii
44. Sporothrix schenckii
45. Ascariasis
46. Cryptosporidiosis
47. Enterobiasis or pinwrom infection
48. Malaria
49. Schistosomiais
50. Trichomoniasis
51. West nile virus
52. Rickettsia rickettsii
53. Brucella melitensis
54. Giardia

Section IV: Listing of Cases
Listing by Case Number
Listing by Disorder (Alphabetical)