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Hawley. BRS Microbiology & Immunology. 6e. 2013.

00. CONTENTS - PDF - Facebook
01. GENERAL PROPERTIES OF MICROORGANISMS



I. The Microbial World
II. Host–Parasite Relationship
III. Sterilization and Disinfection
02. BACTERIA
I. Bacterial Structure
II. Bacterial Growth and Replication
III. Bacterial Viruses
IV. Genetics
V. Bacterial Pathogenesis
VI. Host Defenses to Bacteria
VII. Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
03. IMPORTANT BACTERIA GENERA
I. Clinical Laboratory Identification
II. Introduction to Major Bacterial Genera
III. Gram-Positive Bacteria
IV. Gram-Negative Bacteria
V.Poorly Gram-Staining Bacteria
04. BACTERIAL DISEASES
I. Major Recurring Species
II. Eye Infections
III. Dental Disease
IV. Ear and Sinus Infections
V. Bacterial Pharyngitis
VI. Infections of the Respiratory System
VII. Pneumonia/Pneumonitis
VIII. Nervous System Infections: Meningitis
IX. Nervous System Infections: Nonmeningitis Conditions
X. Cardiovascular Infections: Vasculitis
XI. Cardiovascular Infections: Endocarditis
XII. Cardiovascular: Myocarditis
XIII. Gastrointestinal Infections
XIV. Urinary Tract Infections
XV. Skin, Mucosal, Soft Tissue, and Bone Infections
XVI. Sexually Transmitted Infections
XVII. Pregnancy, Congenital, and Perinatal Infections
XVIII. Arthropod-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases
XIX.Bacterial Vaccines
05. VIRUSES
I. Nature of Human Viruses
II. Viral Classification
III. Viral Replication and Genetics
IV. Viral Pathogenesis
V.Host Defenses to Viruses
VI.Immunotherapy, Antivirals, and Interferon
VII.Diagnostic Virology
VIII.DNA Viruses
IX.RNA Viruses
X.Slow Viruses and Prions
XI.Oncogenic Viruses
06. SYSTEMS-BASED AND SITUATIONAL VIRAL INFECTIONS
I. Eye Infections
II. Ear Infections
III. Upper Respiratory Tract (Mouth and Throat) Infections
IV. Lower Respiratory Tract Infections
V. Gastrointestinal Infections
VI. Liver Infection
VII. Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
VIII. Cardiovascular Infections
IX. Nervous System Infections
X. Skin, Mucosal, and Soft Tissue Infections
XI. Childhood Infections
XII. Congenital and Neonatal Infections
XIII. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
XIV. Postinfectious Disease
XV. Organ Transplant-Associated Diseases
XVI. Arboviral and Zoonotic Diseases
07. MYCOLOGY

I. Overview of Fungi
II. Fungal Groups
III. Overview of Fungal Diseases
IV. Diagnosis of Fungal Infections
V. Antifungal Drugs
08. FUNGAL DISEASES

I. Superficial Skin Infections

II. Cutaneous Mycoses

III. Mucocutaneous Candidiasis/C. albicans

IV. Subcutaneous Mycoses

V.Pneumonias/Systemic Mycoses

VI.Opportunistic Mycoses

VII.Tables for Self-Testing
09. PARASITOLOGY - PDF
I. Characteristics of Parasites and Their Hosts
II. Protozoan Parasites
III. Worms
A. Trematodes
B. Cestodes
C. Nematodes
10. PARASITIC DISEASES
Tables
11. CLUES FOR DISTINGUISHING CAUSATIVE INFECTIOUS AGENTS
I. Conjunctivitis
II. Pneumonias
III. Diarrheas and Dysentery
IV. Acute Meningitis
V.Bacterial and Viral Skin Infection and Rashes
VI.Genitourinary Tract Infections
VII.  System Summaries of lnfectious Agents
  A.  Characteristics of lmportant Causes of Encephalitis 
  B.  Characteristics of lmportant Causes of Meningitis
  C.  Characteristics of lmportant Causes of Pneumonia 
  D.  Characteristics of lmportant Causes of Lower Respiratory Tract Infections
  E.  Characteristics of lmportant Causes of Upper Respiratory Tract Infections 
12. IMMUNOLOGY
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I.  Overview
II.  Non-Specific Barriers
Ill.  Inflammation and Soluble Factors 
IV.  Mediators of lnflammation and Immunity
V.  Innate Immunity 
VI.  Antibodies
VII.  Properties of Antibodies
VIII.  Immunogenetics 
IX.  Adaptive Immunity 
X.  Response to Antigen
XI.  Immunologic Assays 
XII.  Clinical Immunological Disorders