By Robert F. Betts, Stanley W. Chapman MD, Robert L. Penn MD
Univ. of Rochester, long island. earlier variation, titled useful method of Infectious illness, c1996. offers functional counsel within the analysis of infectious ailments. Covers new ailments, present controversies, rising antibiotics, and antiviral brokers. colour plates. prior version by way of Richard E. Reese. Softcover. DNLM: Communicable diseases--Handbooks.
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