Medical Microbiology The Big Picture
by Neil Chamberlain
Most microbiology professors don’t live in a clinical world. Microbiologists know a lot about the microorganisms that cause human disease, and they go into great detail talking about them. They will then briefly tell you what diseases these pathogens cause. You then learn all these microbial characteristics and organize them by bacterial shape and Gram stain, viral family, fungal classification, or parasitic class, leaving the diseases to hang at the end of each microbial knowledge set.
The Big Picture Medical Microbiology book was written to help you reorient or obtain medical microbiology knowledge in a clinically oriented way and to help you in your clinical rotations.
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