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ASCP Case Reports Microbiology Series 2015

ASCP Case Reports: Microbiology - Individuals

This online multi-purpose self-learning tool is offered in 8 different series covering every major area of clinical and anatomic pathology. The Case Reports Microbiology section seeks to review common infectious scenarios and update the learner with new information on diagnosis and treatment and to highlight less commonly encountered pathogens to add breadth to the reader’s knowledge. Recent topics have included Carbapenemase-producing Klebsiella (KPC) infections, Legionella, MRSA, mycobacteria, Herpes simplex, helminths, and amoebas.

Key Features:

  • Convenient, streamlined--Read exercises online, download them to your computer, or print them out
  • Online exam with certificates available for immediate download
  • CME and CMLE credits available
  • Fulfills requirements for MOC Part II Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs CME) as well as CMP requirements for laboratory professionals
  • Content remains available for 3 years after purchase
Includes
  • An Eye Worm in Central Missouri: A Case of Loa loa Case Reports Microbiology
  • Mycotic Endocarditis in an Injection Drug User: Case Findings and Diagnosis Case Reports Microbiology
  • Pleural Empyema with Trichomonas Tenax Case Reports Microbiology
  • Demodex Case Reports Microbiology
  • Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever: Case Reports- Microbiology 2015
  • Streptococcus Gallolyticus Subsp Gallolyticus: Changing Taxonomy Might Miss Colon Cancer :Case Reports Microbiology 2015 Exercise 6
  • Polymicrobial Gastrointestinal Tract Infections in an Immunocompromised Patient-Case Reports
  • Cryptococcal Meningitis-Case Reports
  • List Price: $149.00 USD

Item Details:

You'll Receive:
Case history with discussion (8 in total) and, when appropriate, laboratory data, differential diagnosis, pertinent references, digital images, and illustrative tables and figures. CME/SAM questions allow readers to synthesize what they have read and obtain credit for participating...

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