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Clinical Immunology and Serology
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Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. ImmunodiagnosisLaboratory manuals. SerodiagnosisLaboratory manuals. Clinical immunology. Immune System Diseasesdiagnosis. Immunologic Techniques. Immunologic Tests. Serologic Tests. QW Sc ] RB S73 For those organizations that have been granted a photocopy license by CCC, a separate system of payment has been arranged.
The third edition of Clinical Immunology and Serology: A Laboratory Perspective is built on the success of the first two editions. This text is tailored to meet the needs of clinical laboratory students on both the two and four year levels.
It combines practical information about laboratory testing with a concise discussion of the theory behind the testing. For practicing laboratorians and other allied health professionals, the book may serve as a valuable reference about new developments in the eld of immunology.
All chapters have been updated to include new information about the immune system as well as new treatments for immunological diseases. Two new chapters have been added.
They include: automated assays, emphasizing flow cytometry Chapter 12 , and serology of bacterial infections Chapter The chapter on fungal and parasitic infections has been expanded Chapter 20 , as well as the chapter on molecular techniques Chapter All the features that readers enjoyed have been retained and strengthened.
The number of illustrations has increased, and new case studies have been added. The book remains a practical introduction to the field of clinical immunology that combines essential theoretic principles with serologic techniques commonly used in the clinical laboratory. The theory is comprehensive but concise, and the emphasis is on direct application to the clinical laboratory. The text is readable and user-friendly, with. Each chapter is a complete learning module that contains theoretic principles, illustrations, denitions of relevant terminology, procedures for simulated clinical testing, and questions and case studies that help to evaluate learning.
The organization of the chapters is based on the experience of many years of teaching immunology to clinical laboratory science students. This book has been designed to provide the necessary balance of theory with practical application because it is essential for the practitioner to have a thorough understanding of the theoretic basis for testing methodologies.
For the instructor, suggested laboratory exercises are included where applicable. While some of the exercises are not used in an actual clinical laboratory, they serve to illustrate and reinforce principles discussed in the chapters.
Since most clinical laboratory science programs do not have extensive technology available in the academic setting, exercises have been designed to be performed with minimal equipment. Because the field of immunology is expanding so rapidly, the challenge in writing this book has been to ensure adequate coverage but to keep it on an introductory level.
Every chapter has been revised to include current practices as of the time of writing. It is hoped that this book will kindle an interest in both students and laboratory professionals in this exciting and dynamic eld. Immunologist Dept. Dorothy J. Marc G. Susan M. John L. Patsy C. Karen A. Marguerite E. I am grateful for the assistance I received from a number of sources during the preparation of this third edition.
A special thank you to Linda Miller, who not only contributed two chapters, but who also served as the section editor for Serological Diagnosis of Infectoius Diseases.
I would also like to thank the reviewers whose additional sets of eyes and thoughtful suggestions helped to strengthen the chapters. Finally I would like to acknowledge all the folks at F. Davis for their hard work in making this third edition a reality. My immunology students, past, present, and future, are the reason for writing this book.
My hope is that this text will help make a very complex subject a little easier to understand. I appreciate and learn as much or more from your curiosity and your questioning as you do from me.
A thank you to friends whose encouragement and understanding helped me to stay on task. Finally, to my two wonderful sons Eric and Kevin, their wives Kathy and Melissa, and my grandchildren Hannah and Turner, you are my inspiration and my source of strength. Donald C. Thomas S. Tumor Immunology Diane L. Photo of Neutrophils. From Harmening, D.
Clinical Hematology and Fundamentals of Hemostasis, ed. FA Davis, Philadelphia, Color Plate See Figure 11 in the text. Photo of a mast cell. See Figure 14 in the text. Photo of an eosinophil. See Figure 12 in the text. Photo of a basophil. See Figure 13 in the text.
Photo of two monocytes. See Figure 15 in the text. Typical lymphocyte found in peripheral blood. See Figure 21 in the text. A typical plasma cell. See Figure 28 in the text. Direct fluorescent antibody test for Giardia and Cryptosporidium in stool.
Larger oval bodies are Giardia lamblia cysts, and the smaller round bodies are Cryptosporidium sp. Courtesy of Meridian Bioscience, Cincinnati, Ohio. See Figure in the text. Immunoelectrophoresis film showing normal controls odd-numbered wells and patient serum even-numbered wells. See Figure 87 in the text. Immunofixation electrophoresis. See Figure 88 in the text. Patterns of immunofluorescent staining for antinuclear antibodies.
Courtesy of DiaSorin, Inc. Agarose gel immunofixation electrophoresis of serum. Courtesy of Helena Laboratories. See Figure Four different patient immunofixation patterns.
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Easy-to-read, student-friendly coverage focuses on the direct application of theory to clinical laboratory practice, preparing you for the real world in which you will practice. The 4th Edition of this popular text has been completely updated and revised throughout to reflect the latest advances in the field. A brand-new full-color layout makes the content easier to understand than ever before.
Clinical Immunology and Serology: A Laboratory Perspective
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