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The Resource Medical Mycology : Current Trends and Future Prospects

Medical Mycology : Current Trends and Future Prospects

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Medical Mycology : Current Trends and Future Prospects
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Medical Mycology
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Current Trends and Future Prospects
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eng
Summary
The identification of medically important fungi has been an important area of study that warrants further extensive research. The use oftraditional and molecular methods of identification, provides new insights into differentiation of species and ultimately the line of treatment can be determined. This book incorporates a diverse group of medically important fungi and diseases, including common dermatophytes, onychomycosis, Coccidiomycosis, Paracoccidioidomycosis, Mycotic keratitis, Sporotrichosis, Histoplasmosis and determination of identity of medically important fingi by uising modern techniques such as PCH and the use of MALDI-TOF: as a rapid and new approach in fungal diagnosis and differentiation
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dictionaries
Medical Mycology : Current Trends and Future Prospects
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Medical Mycology : Current Trends and Future Prospects
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online resource
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multicolored
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Contents
Cover -- Preface -- Contents -- Section I: Superficial Mycoses Caused by Molds and Yeasts -- Chapter 1: Dermatophyte Infections in Humans: Current Trends and Future Prospects -- Chapter 2: Onychomycosis: Diagnosis and Therapy -- Chapter 3: Mycotic Keratitis: Current Perspectives -- Section II: Emerging Mycoses Caused by Opportunistic Fungal Pathogens -- Chapter 4: Incidence of Candida Species in Urinary Tract Infections and Their Control by Using Bioactive Compounds Occurring in Medicinal Plants -- Chapter 5: Otorhinolaryngology-Related Fungal Diseases: A Convenient Classification for Better Clinical Practice -- Chapter 6: Fungal Infection in Renal Transplant Patients -- Chapter 7: Clinical Importance of the Genus Curvularia -- Section III: Classic Mycoses Caused by Dimorphic Fungi -- Chapter 8: Classic Histoplasmosis -- Chapter 9: Sporotrichosis: The-State-of-The-Art -- Chapter 10: Paracoccidioidomycosis: An Endemic Mycosis in the Americas -- Chapter 11: Increased Cases of Valley Fever Disease in Central California: An Update -- Section IV: Fungal Pathogenesis in Biofilm and Allergy -- Chapter 12: Fungal Biofilms: Formation, Resistance and Pathogenicity -- Chapter 13: Fungal Allergens: Recent Trends and Future Prospects -- Section V: Novel Diagnostic Methods, Susceptibility Testing and Miscellaneous Mycoses -- Chapter 14: MALDI-TOF MS: A Rapid and New Approach in Fungal Diagnosis and Susceptibility Testing -- Chapter 15: Medical Mycology in Iran: Past, Present and Future -- Chapter 16: Culture Collection DPUA: Decades Supporting Diagnostic of Fungal Diseases in Amazonas, Brazil
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1st ed.
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1 online resource (440 pages)
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9781498714228
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