Lange Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Flash Cards, Second Edition

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July 13, 2010


Mixed media product, 416 pages

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0071628797 / 9780071628792


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Main description

200 high-yield cards with a clinical vignette on every disease-specific card

LANGE Flash Cards: Microbiology and Infectious Diseases are a quick, concise, and effective way to review the essential concepts of microbiology. These cards help you learn the medically important aspects of the subject and cover the basic and clinical aspects of bacteriology, virology, mycology, parasitology, and infectious diseases.

One side of the card features a clinical vignette that is a mini-case study of the disease and the flip side presents the etiology and epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, laboratory diagnosis, and treatment and prevention of the disorder.


  • A super-effective portable learning tool
  • Covers major microbial diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites
  • Teaches medical microbiology in the context of clinical cases
  • Great for last minute exam preparation

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Basic Bacteriology; Chapter 2. Aerobic Gram Positive Rods; Chapter 3. Gram Positive Cocci; Chapter 4. Gram Negative Cocci; Chapter 5. Enteric Gram Negative Rods; Chapter 6. Non-enteric Gram Negative Rods; Chapter 7. Anaerobic Bacteria; Chapter 8. Chlamydia, Spirochetes and Mycoplasma; Chapter 9. Mycobacteria; Chapter 10. Basic Virology; Chapter 11. DNA Viruses; Chapter 12. Positive-Strand RNA Viruses; Chapter 13. Negative-Strand RNA Viruses; Chapter 14. Double-Stranded RNA Viruses; Chapter 15. Retroviruses; Chapter 16. Prions; Chapter 17. Basic Mycology; Chapter 18. Superficial, Cutaneous and Subeutaneous Mycoses; Chapter 19. Systemic Mycoses; Chapter 20. Basic Parasitology; Chapter 21. Protozoa; Chapter 22. Nematodes; Chapter 23. Cestodes and Trematodes; Chapter 24. Infectious Disease

Author comments

Kenneth D. Somers, PhD
Professor, Microbiology and Molecular Cell Biology
Eastern Virginia Medical School
Norfolk, VA

Stephen A. Morse, MSPH, PhD
Associate Director for Environmental Microbiology
National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Atlanta, GA

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