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- McGraw-Hill Education 2006; US$ 113.00
Audience includes Infectious Disease Specialists and Respiratory Medicine Physicians Unlike most texts on the market, this is not just about lung disease -- it covers the whole gamut of how these infections affect the entire body Important new information on the timely topics of Incidence and Epidemiology of tuberculin infections more...
- World Health Organization 2008; US$ 10.00
This document is a revision of the regional TB-HIV framework published in 2004. The revised framework provides guidance to countries in the Western Pacific Region to step up implementation of TB-HIV collaborative activities. It recommends that all people living with HIV-AIDS should be screened for TB as part of their routine care, and similarly, all... more...
- ASM Press 2006; US$ 149.95
This work, authored by a noted and experienced expert in the field, examines the pathogenesis of human pulmonary tuberculosis in all of its stages, with a primary focus on the rabbit model. Tuberculosis in the rabbit most closely resembles that found in humans, including caseous necrosis, liquefaction, and cavity formation with bronchial spread of... more...
- Grand Central Publishing 2012; Not Available
In the spirit of Oliver Sacks Awakenings and the TV series House, Dr. Eric Manheimer's TWELVE PATIENTS is a memoir from the Medical Director of Bellevue Hospital that uses the plights of twelve very different patients-from dignitaries at the nearby UN, to supermax prisoners from Riker's Island, to illegal immigrants, and Wall Street tycoons-to... more...
- Elsevier Science 2011; US$ 119.95
Comparative Anatomy and Histology: A Mouse and Human Atlas is aimed at the new mouse investigator as well as medical and veterinary pathologists who need to expand their knowledge base into comparative anatomy and histology. It guides the reader through normal mouse anatomy and histology using direct comparison to the human. The side by side comparison... more...
- Wiley 2007; US$ 201.95
This book is a concise, accessible problem-based approach to the subject using case scenarios to facilitate students taking their pre-clinical or basic sciences examinations. Using a family of characters in each case scenario, the text reflects the current changes in medical and biomedical science teaching that is increasingly moving towards... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2001; US$ 24.95
Two billion people one-third of the world's populationare infected with latent tuberculosis. Ten percent of those infected will develop active TB in their lifetimes. A scourge supposedly defeated by antibiotics half a century ago, tuberculosis kills more people today than ever before in history. And the numbers aren't getting any better. Worse... more...
- Rutgers University Press 2007; US$ 17.00
Though notorious for its polluted air today, the city of Los Angeles once touted itself as a health resort. After the arrival of the transcontinental railroad in 1876, publicists launched a campaign to portray the city as the promised land, circulating countless stories of miraculous cures for the sick and debilitated. As more and more migrants poured... more...
- Rutgers University Press 2008; US$ 27.95
Known as "The Great Killer" and "The White Plague," few diseases influenced American life as much as tuberculosis. Sufferers migrated to mountain or desert climates believed to ameliorate symptoms. Architects designed homes with sleeping porches and verandas so sufferers could spend time in the open air. The disease even developed its own consumer... more...