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Urinary Tract Infections

Molecular Pathogenesis and Clinical Management

Edition:
2nd
Author(s):
Matthew Mulvey, David Klumpp, Ann Stapleton
ISBN:
9781555817398
Format:
Hardback
Publication Date:
March 17, 2017
Content Details:
600 pages
Language:
English

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  • About the Book

    Book Summary

    UTIs affect a large proportion of the world population and account for significant morbidity and high medical costs. This comprehensive and authoritative volume on infections of the urinary tract covers the range of the field, from molecular pathogenesis to the host response to clinical diagnosis and management.

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      • This comprehensive and authoritative volume on infections of the urinary tract covers the range of the field, from molecular pathogenesis to the host response to clinical diagnosis and management.

    Reviews

      The editors of this tour de force of urinary tract biology have recruited the field’s top thought leaders to contribute chapters covering all aspects of the discipline. This outstanding text encompasses everything from the newest theories regarding basic pathogenesis of urinary tract infections, to broad insights into the epidemiology of bacterial uropathogens, and the latest in translational research on new vaccine and therapeutic candidates.

      - Michael Hsieh, MD, PhD, Stirewalt Endowed Director, Biomedical Research Institute; PI, Schistosomiasis Resource Center and The Bladder Immunology Group (BIG); Associate Professor of Urology and Pediatrics, George Washington University; Director, CAPITUL, Children’s National Medical Center

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