Diagnosis of Fungal Infections (Infectious Disease and by Johan Maertens, Kieren A. Marr

By Johan Maertens, Kieren A. Marr

Studying a key reason behind infectious morbidity in immunosuppressed and immunocompromised sufferers, this resource spans the newest innovations to enhance and expedite the prognosis, id, and remedy of fungal infections. With authoritative contributions from skilled clinicians within the box, this reference tracks advancements in imaging, susceptibility checking out, and pressure typing to strive against those stipulations in transplant, surgical, oncology, and extensive care devices.

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