The Resource Anaerobic Bacteria : Role In Disease, (electronic resource)

Anaerobic Bacteria : Role In Disease, (electronic resource)

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Anaerobic Bacteria : Role In Disease
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Anaerobic Bacteria
Title remainder
Role In Disease
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  • eng
  • eng
Summary
The past ten years have witnessed a renewed interest in the classic anaerobic diseases as well as a host of additional clinical entities caused by one or more anaerobic bacteria. With the renewed interest on the part of clinicians, coupled with the unraveling of the ""mystique' surrounding the technology of anaerobic bacteriology by bacteriologists, it became evident that the time was ripe to bring together the clinical and bacteriological aspects of anaerobic diseases. To accomplish this, an international conference, cosponsored by the Center for Disease Control, Emory University, and the Upj
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Balows, Albert
Dewey number
616.9/2
Language note
English
LC call number
RC115.I54 1972
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International Conference on Anaerobic Bacteria
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  • DeHaan, Raymond
  • Dowell, V.R
  • Emory University
  • Center for Disease Control
  • International Conference on Anaerobic Bacteria
Series statement
American Lecture Series, Publication
Series volume
v.940
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  • Bacterial diseases
  • Anaerobic bacteria
  • Bacterial Infections and Mycoses
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  • Organisms
  • Diseases
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  • Bacterial Infections
  • Bacteria
  • Congresses
  • Medicine
  • Health & Biological Sciences
  • Infectious Diseases
Label
Anaerobic Bacteria : Role In Disease, (electronic resource)
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online resource
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text
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txt
Contents
  • HALF TITLE: ANAEROBIC BACTERIA: Role In Disease; TITLE PAGE: ANAEROBIC BACTERIA: Role In Disease; CONTRIBUTORS; FOREWORD; PREFACE; CONTENTS; ANAEROBIC BACTERIA: Role In Disease; CHAPTER I: ANAEROBIC BACTERIA PERSPECTIVES; PARTI: NOMENCLATURE, TAXONOMY AND GENERAL METHODOLOGY; CHAPTER II: COLLECTION OF CLINICAL SPECIMENS AND PRIMARY ISOLATION OF ANAEROBIC BACTERIA; CHAPTER III: COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR ISOLATION OF ANAEROBIC BACTERIA; CHAPTER IV: A COMPARISON OF TWO PROCEDURES FOR ISOLATING ANAEROBIC BACTERIA FROM CLINICAL SPECIMENS
  • CHAPTER V: COMPARISON OF ISOLATION TECHNIQUES FOR ANAEROBIC BACTERIACHAPTER VI: IDENTIFICATION OF ANAEROBES FROM CLINICAL INFECTIONS; CHAPTER VII: METHODS AND TECHNIQUES FOR IDENTIFICATION: INVITED DISCUSSION; CHAPTER VIII: CURRENT CLASSIFICATION OF CLINICALLY IMPORTANT ANAEROBES; CHAPTER IX: INVITED DISCUSSION: NOMENCLATURE, TAXONOMY AND GENERAL METHODOLOGY; PART II: INTESTINAL FLORA AND ASSOCIATION WITH DISEASE; CHAPTER X: NORMAL HUMAN INTESTINAL FLORA; CHAPTER XI: ROLE OF MICROBIAL ALTERATIONS IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF INTESTINAL DISORDERS
  • CHAPTER XII: BACTERIA AND THE ETOLOGY OF CANCER OF THE LARGE INTESTINECHAPTER XIII: COMPARISON OF CHARACTERISTICS OF GRAM-NEGATIVE ANAEROBIC BACILLI ISOLATED FROM FECES OF INDIVIDUALS IN JAPAN AND THE UNITED STATES; Chapter XIV: ENTEROTOXIN OF CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRINGENS; CHAPTER XV: INCIDENCE OF INTESTINAL ANAEROBES IN BLOOD CULTURES; CHAPTER XVI: IMMUNE RESPONSE TO ANAEROBIC INFECTIONS; PART III: ANAEROBIC INFECTIONS- GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS; CHAPTER XVII: SOME INFECTIONS DUE TO ANAEROBIC SPOREFORMING BACILLI; CHAPTER XVIII: INFECTIONS DUE TO ANAEROBIC NONSPOREFORMING BACILLI
  • CHAPTER XIX: THE AGENTS OF HUMAN ACTINOMYCOSISCHAPTER XX: INFECTIONS DUE TO ANAEROBIC COCCI; CHAPTER XXI: ASPECTS OF THE PATHOGENICITY AND ECOLOGY OF THE INDIGENOUS ORAL FLORA OF MAN; CHAPTER XXII: TREATMENT OF BOTULISM AND WOUND BOTULISM; Chapter XXIII: ENDOTOXINS OF ANAEROBIC GRAM-NEGATIVE MICROORGANISMS; PART IV: ANAEROBIC INFECTIONS- DISEASE SYNDROMES; CHAPTER XXIV: INFECTIONS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM; CHAPTER XXV: ANAEROBIC PLEUROPULMONARY DISEASE: CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS AND BACTERIOLOGY IN 100 CASES; CHAPTER XXVI: INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS CAUSED BY ANAEROBIC BACTERIA
  • CHAPTER XXVII: A SURGEON'S VIEW OF THE IMPORTANCE OF ANAEROBIC BACTERIA IN MUSCULOSKELETAL INFECTIONSCHAPTER XXVIII: URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS DUE TO ANAEROBIC BACTERIA; CHAPTER XXIX: SEPTIC ABORTION AND RELATED INFECTIONS OF PREGNANCY; CHAPTER XXX: ANAEROBIC BACTERIA IN INFECTIONS OF THE FEMALE GENITAL TRACT; PART V: DISEASE SYNDROMES (CONTINUED) AND IN VITRO ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY TESTING; CHAPTER XXXI: LIVER ABSCESS: THE ETIOLOGIC ROLE OF ANAEROBIC BACTERIA; CHAPTER XXXII: ANAEROBIC MICROORGANISMS IN INTRAABDOMINAL INFECTIONS; CHAPTER XXXIII: DENTAL INFECTIONS
  • CHAPTER XXXIV: DERMATOLOGIC ANAEROBIC INFECTIONS (INCLUDING ACNE)
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1 online resource (687 p.)
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electronic
Isbn
9780398090012
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computer
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c
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remote
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  • (EBL)1569376
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Label
Anaerobic Bacteria : Role In Disease, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Contents
  • HALF TITLE: ANAEROBIC BACTERIA: Role In Disease; TITLE PAGE: ANAEROBIC BACTERIA: Role In Disease; CONTRIBUTORS; FOREWORD; PREFACE; CONTENTS; ANAEROBIC BACTERIA: Role In Disease; CHAPTER I: ANAEROBIC BACTERIA PERSPECTIVES; PARTI: NOMENCLATURE, TAXONOMY AND GENERAL METHODOLOGY; CHAPTER II: COLLECTION OF CLINICAL SPECIMENS AND PRIMARY ISOLATION OF ANAEROBIC BACTERIA; CHAPTER III: COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR ISOLATION OF ANAEROBIC BACTERIA; CHAPTER IV: A COMPARISON OF TWO PROCEDURES FOR ISOLATING ANAEROBIC BACTERIA FROM CLINICAL SPECIMENS
  • CHAPTER V: COMPARISON OF ISOLATION TECHNIQUES FOR ANAEROBIC BACTERIACHAPTER VI: IDENTIFICATION OF ANAEROBES FROM CLINICAL INFECTIONS; CHAPTER VII: METHODS AND TECHNIQUES FOR IDENTIFICATION: INVITED DISCUSSION; CHAPTER VIII: CURRENT CLASSIFICATION OF CLINICALLY IMPORTANT ANAEROBES; CHAPTER IX: INVITED DISCUSSION: NOMENCLATURE, TAXONOMY AND GENERAL METHODOLOGY; PART II: INTESTINAL FLORA AND ASSOCIATION WITH DISEASE; CHAPTER X: NORMAL HUMAN INTESTINAL FLORA; CHAPTER XI: ROLE OF MICROBIAL ALTERATIONS IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF INTESTINAL DISORDERS
  • CHAPTER XII: BACTERIA AND THE ETOLOGY OF CANCER OF THE LARGE INTESTINECHAPTER XIII: COMPARISON OF CHARACTERISTICS OF GRAM-NEGATIVE ANAEROBIC BACILLI ISOLATED FROM FECES OF INDIVIDUALS IN JAPAN AND THE UNITED STATES; Chapter XIV: ENTEROTOXIN OF CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRINGENS; CHAPTER XV: INCIDENCE OF INTESTINAL ANAEROBES IN BLOOD CULTURES; CHAPTER XVI: IMMUNE RESPONSE TO ANAEROBIC INFECTIONS; PART III: ANAEROBIC INFECTIONS- GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS; CHAPTER XVII: SOME INFECTIONS DUE TO ANAEROBIC SPOREFORMING BACILLI; CHAPTER XVIII: INFECTIONS DUE TO ANAEROBIC NONSPOREFORMING BACILLI
  • CHAPTER XIX: THE AGENTS OF HUMAN ACTINOMYCOSISCHAPTER XX: INFECTIONS DUE TO ANAEROBIC COCCI; CHAPTER XXI: ASPECTS OF THE PATHOGENICITY AND ECOLOGY OF THE INDIGENOUS ORAL FLORA OF MAN; CHAPTER XXII: TREATMENT OF BOTULISM AND WOUND BOTULISM; Chapter XXIII: ENDOTOXINS OF ANAEROBIC GRAM-NEGATIVE MICROORGANISMS; PART IV: ANAEROBIC INFECTIONS- DISEASE SYNDROMES; CHAPTER XXIV: INFECTIONS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM; CHAPTER XXV: ANAEROBIC PLEUROPULMONARY DISEASE: CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS AND BACTERIOLOGY IN 100 CASES; CHAPTER XXVI: INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS CAUSED BY ANAEROBIC BACTERIA
  • CHAPTER XXVII: A SURGEON'S VIEW OF THE IMPORTANCE OF ANAEROBIC BACTERIA IN MUSCULOSKELETAL INFECTIONSCHAPTER XXVIII: URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS DUE TO ANAEROBIC BACTERIA; CHAPTER XXIX: SEPTIC ABORTION AND RELATED INFECTIONS OF PREGNANCY; CHAPTER XXX: ANAEROBIC BACTERIA IN INFECTIONS OF THE FEMALE GENITAL TRACT; PART V: DISEASE SYNDROMES (CONTINUED) AND IN VITRO ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY TESTING; CHAPTER XXXI: LIVER ABSCESS: THE ETIOLOGIC ROLE OF ANAEROBIC BACTERIA; CHAPTER XXXII: ANAEROBIC MICROORGANISMS IN INTRAABDOMINAL INFECTIONS; CHAPTER XXXIII: DENTAL INFECTIONS
  • CHAPTER XXXIV: DERMATOLOGIC ANAEROBIC INFECTIONS (INCLUDING ACNE)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (687 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780398090012
Media category
computer
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)2670000000490358
  • (EBL)1569376
  • (SSID)ssj0001060566
  • (PQKBManifestationID)12434279
  • (PQKBTitleCode)TC0001060566
  • (PQKBWorkID)11088226
  • (PQKB)11702439
  • (EXLCZ)992670000000490358

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