Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases: Bacterial, mycotic, and parasitic diseases
Attempts to draw together interrelationships between etiologic agents, pathology, epidemiology, treatment, and control of all commonly known infectious diseases.
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Immunologic Methods for Detection
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