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Atlas of Medical Mycology


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ISBN: 9789387964273
The Atlas showcases photographs of culture morphology and photomicrographs of both common and uncommon fungi. The figures are accompanied by appropriate description and the book includes clinical photographs and clinical description of cases from which the fungi were isolated.

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    Atlas of Medical Mycology is meant to bridge the knowledge gap between the in-depth textbooks on medical mycology and the laboratory. The Atlas showcases photographs of culture morphology and photomicrographs of both common and uncommon fungi isolated at the Mycology Laboratory Division, RG Kar Medical College, Kolkata. The figures are accompanied by pertinent description to aid the untrained eye to appreciate and identify the relevant features. It also includes clinical photographs, and brief case descriptions of the cases from which the fungi were isolated, to help the students develop their clinical acumen.

    Though the book is aimed at postgraduate students, it will also be helpful to practising microbiologists, dermatologists and pathologists. The book also aims to highlight the achievements possible in quality laboratory diagnostics even in a resource limited setting and embolden those who seek to do the same at their workplace.

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    Publisher CBS Publishers & Distributors
    Binding Paperback
    Year 2019
    Edition 1/e
    Author Reena Ray Ghosh
    About the Author

    Reena Ray Ghosh MD (Microbiology) is Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology, RG Kar Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata. She has been instrumental in establishing the Mycology Unit at RG Kar Medical College. She has over 20 years of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience and is actively involved in medical research. She has to her credit many research publications in national and international journals. She has also organised and served as resource person in the CMEs in medical mycology.

    She is committed to creating more interest in the field of medical mycology amongst the students and the microbiologists alike. She also remains deeply passionate about providing quality mycological diagnostics in resource limited settings to improve patient-care and is keen to encourage others who endeavour to do the same without access to high-end and costly technology

    Subject Mycology
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