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Tables of Contents for Mechanisms of Microbial Disease
Chapter/Section Title
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SECTION I Principles
3
126
1 Establishment of Infectious Diseases
3
8
MOSELIO SCHAECHTER
BARRY I. EISENSTEIN
2 Normal Microbial Flora
11
7
BARRY I. EISENSTEIN
MOSELIO SCHAECHTER
3 Biology of Infectious Agents
18
21
MOSELIO SCHAECHTER
4 Genetics of Bacterial Pathogenesis
39
13
MOSELIO SCHAECHTER
BARRY I. EISENSTEIN
N. CARY ENGLEBERG
5 Biological Basis for Antibacterial Action
52
10
DAVID SCHLESSINGER
BARRY I. EISENSTEIN
6 Constitutive Defenses of the Body
62
16
JOHN K. SPITZNAGEL
7 Induced Defenses of the Body
78
28
H. KIRK ZIEGLER
8 The Parasite's Way of Life
106
9
MOSELIO SCHAECHTER
BARRY I. EISENSTEIN
N. CARY ENGLEBERG
9 Damage by Microbial Agents
115
14
MOSELIO SCHAECHTER
SECTION II Infectious Agents
129
374
Bacteria
10 Introduction to the Pathogenic Bacteria
129
6
MOSELIO SCHAECHTER
11 Staphylococci: Abscesses and Other Diseases
135
8
FRANCIS P. TALLY
Paradigm Author: Editors
12 Streptococci
143
10
ELLEN WHITNAK
NEIL L. BARG
13 Pneumococcus and Bacterial Pneumonia
153
8
GREGORY A. STORCH
Paradigm Author: Editors
14 Neisseriae: Gonococcus and Meningococcus
161
9
PENELOPE J. HITCHCOCK
EDWARD N. ROBINSON, JR.
ZELL A. MCGEE
Paradigm Author: J. Michael Koomey
15 Bacteroides and Abscesses
170
6
FRANCIS P. TALLY
16 Enteric Bacteria: "Secretory" (Watery) Diarrhea
176
9
GERALD T. KEUSCH
DAVID W.K. ACHESON
17 Invasive and Tissue-damaging Enteric Bacterial Pathogens: Bloody Diarrhea and Dysentery
185
14
GERALD T. KEUSCH
DAVID W.K. ACHESON
Paradigm Author: Victor J. DiRita
18 Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Ubiquitous Pathogen
199
6
DEBBIE S. TODER
19 Bordetella pertussis and Whooping Cough
205
7
ARNOLD L. SMITH
Paradigm Author: Victor J. DiRita
20 Clostridia
212
5
SHERWOOD L. GORBACH
21 Legionella: Parasite of Cells
217
7
N. CARY ENGLEBERG
Paradigm Author: N. Cary Engleberg
22 Helicobacter pylori: Pathogenesis of a "Slow" Bacterial Infection
224
6
RICHARD M. PEEK, JR.
MARTIN J. BLASER
23 Mycobacteria: Tuberculosis and Leprosy
230
13
JOHN K. SPITZNAGEL
24 Syphilis: A Disease with a History
243
8
EDWARD N. ROBINSON, JR.
PENELOPE J. HITCHCOCK
ZELL A. MCGEE
25 Lyme Disease
251
6
ALLEN C. STEERE
JOHN M. LEONG
26 Cat Scratch Disease, Bacillary Angiomatosis, and Other Bartonelloses
257
4
DAVID H. WALKER
Paradigm Author: N. Cary Engleberg
27 Chlamydiae: Genital, Ocular, and Respiratory Pathogens
261
7
PRISCILLA B. WYRICK
JANE E. RAULSTON
28 Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Other Rickettsioses
268
7
DAVID H. WALKER
29 Mycoplasma: Curiosity and Pathogen
275
4
GREGORY A. STORCH
30 Strategies to Combat Bacterial Infections
279
7
FRANCIS P. TALLY
Review of the Main Pathogenic Bacteria
286
3
Viruses
31 Biology of Viruses
289
16
BERNARD N. FIELDS
32 Picornaviruses: Polio Virus, Other Enteroviruses, and the Rhinoviruses
305
10
CODY MEISSNER
GREGORY A. STORCH
33 Arthropod-borne Viruses
315
6
CODY MEISSNER
Paradigm Author: N. Cary Engleberg
34 Paramyxoviruses: Measles, Mumps, Slow Viruses, and the Respiratory Syncytial Virus
321
9
STEPHEN E. STRAUS
GREGORY A. STORCH
35 Rabies
330
6
GEORGE M. BAER
Paradigm Author: Moselio Schaechter
36 Influenza and Its Virus
336
9
STEPHEN E. STRAUS
Paradigm Author: Moselio Schaechter
37 Rotaviruses and Other Viral Agents of Gastroenteritis
345
5
CODY MEISSNER
38 The Human Retroviruses: AIDS and Other Diseases
350
14
CODY MEISSNER
JOHN M. COFFIN
Paradigm Author: N. Cary Engleberg
39 Adenoviruses
364
9
GARY KETNER
Paradigm Author: Gary Ketner
40 Warts
373
7
ELLIOT J. ANDROPHY
Paradigm Author: Elliot J. Androphy
41 Herpes Simplex Virus and Its Relatives
380
11
STEPHEN E. STRAUS
Paradigm Author: Daniel K. Braun
42 Viral Hepatitis
391
12
DAVID W. LAZINSKI
Paradigm Author: David W. Lazinski
43 Strategies to Combat Viral Infections
403
9
STEPHEN E. STRAUS
44 Vaccines and Antisera in the Prevention and Treatment of Infection
412
6
SHERWOOD L. GORBACH
Review of the Main Pathogenic Viruses
418
1
Fungi
45 Introduction to the Fungi and the Mycoses
419
7
GEORGE S. KOBAYASHI
GERALD MEDOFF
46 Systemic Mycoses Caused by Primary Pathogens
426
5
GERALD MEDOFF
GEORGE E. KOBAYASHI
47 Systemic Mycoses Caused by Opportunistic Fungi
431
4
GERALD MEDOFF
GEORGE S. KOBAYASHI
48 Subcutaneous, Cutaneous, and Superficial Mycoses
435
4
GERALD MEDOFF
GEORGE S. KOBAYASHI
Review of the Medically Important Fungi
439
1
Animal Parasites
49 Introduction to Parasitology
440
8
DONALD J. KROGSTAD
N. CARY ENGLEBERG
50 Blood and Tissue Protozoa
448
15
DONALD J. KROGSTAD
N. CARY ENGLEBERG
51 Intestinal and Vaginal Protozoa
463
8
DONALD J. KROGSTAD
N. CARY ENGLEBERG
52 Intestinal Helminths
471
9
DONALD J. KROGSTAD
N. CARY ENGLEBERG
53 Tissue and Blood Helminths
480
11
DONALD J. KROGSTAD
N. CARY ENGLEBERG
54 Addressing Emerging Infectious Diseases
491
12
JAMES M. HUGHES
SECTION III Pathophysiology of Infectious Diseases
503
166
55 Diagnostic Principles
503
10
N. CARY ENGLEBERG
56 Principles of Epidemiology
513
6
DAVID R. SNYDMAN
57 Digestive System
519
16
GERALD T. KEUSCH
DAVID W.K. ACHESON
58 Central Nervous System
535
14
ARNOLD L. SMITH
59 Respiratory System
549
15
GREGORY A. STORCH
60 Urinary Tract
564
9
MICHAEL BARZA
61 Skin and Soft Tissue
573
9
FRANCIS P. TALLY
62 Bone, Joints, and Infections of Muscles
582
7
GERALD MEDOFF
63 Sepsis
589
7
ELLEN WHITNACK
64 Intravascular Infection
596
8
A.W. KARCHMER
65 Head and Neck Infections
604
7
ARNOLD L. SMITH
66 Sexually Transmitted Diseases
611
10
PENELOPE J. HITCHCOCK
67 Infections of the Compromised Patient
621
5
WILLIAM G. POWDERLY
68 Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
626
10
WILLIAM G. POWDERLY
69 Congential and Neonatal Infections
636
7
JANET R. GILSDORF
ROGER G. FAIX
70 Zoonoses
643
8
VICTOR L. YU
71 Fever: A Clinical Sign of Infection
651
5
SUZANNE F. BRADLEY
72 Nosocomial and Latrogenic Infections
656
5
DAVID R. SNYDMAN
73 Food-borne Diseases
661
8
DAVID R. SNYDMAN
Answers to Self-assessment Questions
669
13
Answers to Review Charts
682
7
Figure and Table Credits
689
4
Index
693