As literature in the field of infectious disease increases in complexity and volume, it has become apparent that there is a need for concise summaries and critical commentaries on subjects pertinent to infectious disease specialists, internal medicine practitioners, and those in allied fields. This annual volume aims to fill this gap. The book is intended for infectious disease specialists and general practitioners.
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As literature in the field of infectious diseases increases in complexity and volume, it has become apparent that there is a need for timely, concise summaries and critical commentaries on subjects pertinent to infectious disease specialists, senior house officers, and those in allied fields. This annual volume helps to fill that gap. This volume presents a collection of topics, chosen by the editors, for their timeliness. The purpose is not to give a complete overview of any one topic but rather to place each into appropriate perspective and define its present and future status.From the Back Cover:
An annual update devoted to the state of the clinical art in selected topics in infectious diseases. Volume 17 covers such topics as management of Nocardial infections, cyclospora infection, and bartonella infections. This volume also reviews different vaccines and treatments of infectious disease in adults as well as infants and children.
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