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- Springer New York 2013; US$ 189.00
This book illustrates the intimate relationship between alveolar macrophages and Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M.tb.), and the former?s role in both innate and adaptive immunity against M.tb. It explores a novel approach to designing a new tuberculosis vaccine. more...
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2011; US$ 219.00
Itwasthroughhis superbmonograph onbrucellosis,first publishedin 1989,that Icame toknowDr. M. MonirMadkourandlatertomeethimin Riyadh. Fromthis introduction, Iwasquicktoenlisthishelpasanauthorofthe Oxford Textbook ofMedicine. Hehas now turned his considerable talents as physician, author and editor to a disease at least as interesting but even more important,... 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...
- Bentham Science Publishers 2012; US$ 39.00
One of the most extraordinary characteristics of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection is its capacity to remain within the host's tissues for a long period of time. There is an enormous reservoir of persons latently infected with tuberculosis (LTBI) estimated at about a third of the world's population. From this reservoir arise about 10 million... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 51.95
First published in English in 1973, The Royal Touch explores the supernatural character that was long attributed to royal power. Throughout history, both France and England claimed to hold kings with healing powers who, by their touch, could cure people from all strands of society from illness and disease. Indeed, the idea of royalty as something... more...
- Oxford University Press 2012; US$ 12.99
Tuberculosis is characterised as a social disease and few have been more inextricably linked with human history. There is evidence from the archaeological record that Mycobacterium tuberculosis and its human hosts have been together for a very long time. The very mention of tuberculosis brings to mind romantic images of great literary figures pouring... 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...
- Springer London 2012; US$ 99.00
1 Historical and Pathological Background of Tuberculosis.- 2 Biology of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and the Host-Pathogen Relationship.- 3 Imaging of Pulmonary Tuberculosis.- 4 Imaging of Central Nervous System Tuberculosis.- 5 Imaging of Abdominal Tuberculosis.- 6 Imaging of Skeletal Tuberculosis.- 7 Clinical Spectrum and Diagnosis of Childhood Tuberculosis.-... 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...