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Larone's Medically Important Fungi

Larone's Medically Important Fungi

Wydawnictwo American Society for Microbiology
Data wydania 01/06/2018
Wydanie 6
Liczba stron 425
Forma publikacji książka w twardej oprawie
Poziom zaawansowania Dla profesjonalistów, specjalistów i badaczy naukowych
Język angielski
ISBN 9781555819873
Kategorie Biologia molekularna, Mikologia, grzyby (nie medyczne)
Zastępuje 9781555816605
535.79 PLN (z VAT)
$144.66 / €120.02 / £108.40 /
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Opis książki

The tool you need to confidently and accurately identify clinically relevant fungi. Conceived and perfected by world-renowned microbiologist Dr. Davise Larone, and updated for this edition in collaboration with renowned infectious disease microbiologiest specializing in mycology and pathology, this classic reference that enables both novice and experienced lab technologists to confi dently identify medically important fungi. Presents straightforward step-by-step guidance and textual descriptions that allow users to distinguish between fungi that display similar characteristics. Provides detailed descriptions of the major fungal pathologies and hundreds of the most critical clinically observed fungi. Detailed drawings and a collection of color plates make this reference unique. "This new edition excels in its depth of information, ease of use and degree of utility to the clinical mycologist/microbiologist. It is our "go-to" reference for learning clinical mycology and arbitrating challenging identifications." Kevin C. Hazen, Ph.D., D(ABMM), FAAM, FIDSA

Larone's Medically Important Fungi

Spis treści

List of Tables xv

Preface to the Fifth Edition xvii

Preface to the First Edition xix

Acknowledgments xxi

How to Use the Guide 1

Use of Reference Laboratories 3

Safety Precautions 7

Part I Direct Microscopic Examination of Clinical Specimens

Introduction 11

Histological Terminology 13

Tissue Reactions to Fungal Infection 17

Stains 21

Table 1 Stains for direct microscopic observation of fungi and/or filamentous bacteria in tissue 22

Guide to Interpretation of Direct Microscopic Examination 23

Detailed Descriptions 31

Actinomycosis 33

Mycetoma, Actinomycotic or Eumycotic 34

Nocardiosis 36

Zygomycosis 37

Aspergillosis 38

Miscellaneous Hyalohyphomycoses 40

Dermatophytosis 42

Tinea versicolor 43

Tinea nigra 44

Phaeohyphomycosis 45

Chromoblastomycosis 46

Sporotrichosis 47

Histoplasmosis capsulati 48

Penicilliosis marneffei 50

Blastomycosis 52

Paracoccidioidomycosis 53

Candidiasis (Candidosis) 54

Trichosporonosis 56

Cryptococcosis 57

Pneumocystosis 59

Protothecosis 60

Coccidioidomycosis 61

Rhinosporidiosis 62

Adiaspiromycosis 64

Special References 65

Part II Identification of Fungi in Culture

Guide to Identification of Fungi in Culture 69

Detailed Descriptions 101

Filamentous Bacteria 103

Introduction 105

Table 2 Differentiation of filamentous aerobic actinomycetes encountered in clinical specimens 107

Nocardia spp. 108

Table 3 Phenotypic characteristics of most common clinically encountered Nocardia spp. 110

Streptomyces spp. 111

Actinomadura spp. 112

Nocardiopsis dassonvillei 113

Yeasts and Yeastlike Organisms 115

Introduction 117

Candida albican 119

Table 4 Characteristics of the genera of clinically encountered yeasts and yeastlike organisms 120

Candida dubliniensis 121

Table 5 Characteristics of Candida spp. most commonly encountered in the clinical laboratory 122

Table 6 Characteristics that assist in differentiating Candida dubliniensis from Candida albicans 124

Candida tropicalis 125

Candida parapsilosis complex 126

Candida lusitaniae 127

Candida krusei 128

Table 7 Differentiating characteristics of Blastoschizomyces capitatus versus Candida krusei 129

Table 8 Differentiating characteristics of C. krusei, C. inconspicua, and C. norvegensis 129

Candida kefyr (formerly Candida pseudotropicalis) 130

Candida rugosa 131

Candida guilliermondii complex 132

Table 9 Differentiating characteristics of Candida guilliermondii versus Candida famata 133

Candida lipolytica 134

Candida zeylanoi

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