Textbook of pediatric infectious diseases

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Textbook of pediatric infectious diseases

[edited by] Ralph D. Feigin ... [et al.]

Saunders, c2004

5th ed

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Here's the completely revised, updated, and streamlined 5th Edition of the acclaimed reference on infectious diseases in children. The new edition reflects all of today's significant changes and advances in the treatment of paediatric infectious disease - providing readers with the most complete information on the full range of diseases. It offers unparalleled coverage of immunology, epidemiology, public health, preventive medicine, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, treatment and much more.

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PART I-HOST PARASITE RELATIONSHIPS AND THE PATHOGENESIS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES 1. MICROBIAL VIRULENCE FACTORS 2. IMMUNOLOGIC AND PHAGOCYTIC RESPONSES TO INFECTIONS 3. METABOLIC RESPONSE OF THE HOST TO INFECTIONS 4. INTERACTION OF INFECTION AND NUTRITION 5. FEVER: PATHOGENESIS AND TREATMENT 6. INDIGENOUS FLORA 7. EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES PART II - INFECTION OF SPECIFIC ORGAN SYSTEMS SECTION ONE - UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS 8. THE COMMON COLD 9. INFECTIONS OF THE ORAL CAVITY 10. PHARYNGITIS (PHARYNGITIS, TONSILLITIS, TONSILLOPHARYNGITIS, AND NASOPHARYNGITIS) 11. HERPANGINA 12. PHARYNGOCONJUNCTIVAL FEVER 13. UVULITIS 14. PERITONSILLAR, RETROPHARYNGEAL, AND PARAPHARYNGEAL ABSCESSES 15. CERVICAL LYMPHADENITIS 16. PAROTITIS 17. SINUSITIS 18. OTITIS EXTERNA 19. OTITIS MEDIA 20. MASTOIDITIS 21. EPIGLOTTITIS (SUPRAGLOTTITIS) 22. CROUP (LARYNGITIS, LARYNGOTRACHEITIS, SPASMODIC CROUP, LARYNGOTRACHEOBRONCHITIS, BACTERIAL TRACHEITIS, AND LARYNGOTRACHEOBRONCHOPNEUMONITIS) SECTION TWO - LOWER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS 23. ACUTE BRONCHITIS 24. CHRONIC BRONCHITIS 25. BRONCHIOLITIS AND INFECTIOUS ASTHMA 26. NONBACTERIAL PNEUMONIA 27. BACTERIAL PNEUMONIAS 28. CHRONIC INTERSTITIAL PNEUMONITIS AND HYPERSENSITIVITY PNEUMONITIS 29. PLEURAL EFFUSIONS AND EMPYEMA 30. LUNG ABSCESS 31. CYSTIC FIBROSIS SECTION THREE - INFECTIONS OF THE HEART 32. INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS 33. INFECTIOUS PERICARDITIS 34. MYOCARDITIS 35. ACUTE RHEUMATIC FEVER 36. NONINFECTIOUS CARDITIS 37. MEDIASTINITIS SECTION FOUR - CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM INFECTIONS 38. BACTERIAL MENINGITIS BEYOND THE NEONATAL PERIOD 39. PARAMENINGEAL INFECTIONS 40. FUNGAL MENINGITIS 41. EOSINOPHILIC MENINGITIS 42. ASEPTIC MENINGITIS AND VIRAL MENINGITIS 43. ENCEPHALITIS AND MENINGOENCEPHALITIS 44. TRANSVERSE MYELITIS OR MYELOPATHY 45. GUILLAIN-BARRE SYNDROME SECTION FIVE - GENITOURINARY TRACT INFECTIONS 46. GENITOURINARY TRACT INFECTIONS 47. RENAL ABSCESS 48. PROSTATITIS 49. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES AND OTHER GENTIAL INFECTIONS SECTION SIX - GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT INFECTIONS 50. ESOPHAGITIS 51. APPROACH TO PATIENTS WITH GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT INFECTIONS AND FOOD POISONING 52. ANTIBIOTIC-ASSOCIATED COLITIS 53. WHIPPLE DISEASE SECTION SEVEN - LIVER DISEASES 54. VIRAL HEPATITIS 55. CHOLANGITIS AND CHOLECYSTITIS 56. PYOGENIC LIVER ABSCESS 57. REYE SYNDROME SECTION EIGHT - OTHER INTRA-ABDOMINAL INFECTIONS 58. APPENDICITIS AND PELVIC ABSCESS 59. PANCREATITIS 60. PERITONITIS AND INTRA-ABDOMINAL ABSCESS 61. RETROPERITONEAL INFECTIONS SECTION NINE - MUSCULOSKELETAL INFECTIONS 62. OSTEOMYELITIS AND SEPTIC ARTHRITIS 63. BACTERIAL MYOSITIS AND PYOMYOSITIS 64. MISCELLANEOUS CAUSES OF MYOSITIS SECTION TEN - SKIN INFECTIONS 65. CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF SYSTEMIC INFECTIONS 66. ROSEOLA INFANTUM (EXANTHEM SUBITUM) 67. PRIMARY SKIN INFECTIONS SECTION ELEVEN - OCULAR INFECTIONS 68. OCULAR INFECTIOUS DISEASES SECTION TWELVE - SYSTEMIC INFECTIOUS DISEASES 69. BACTEREMIA AND SEPTIC SHOCK 70. FEVER WITHOUT SOURCE AND FEVER OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN 71. TOXIC SHOCK SYNDROME 72. ADULT RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME IN CHILDREN SECTION THIRTEEN - INFECTIONS OF THE FETUS AND NEWBORN 73. VIRAL INFECTIONS OF THE FETUS AND NEONATE 74. PERINATAL BACTERIAL DISEASES SECTION FOURTEEN - INFECTIONS OF THE COMPROMISED HOST 75. PRIMARY IMMUNODEFICIENCIES 76. OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION 77. INFECTION INPEDIATRIC HEART TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS 78. OPPORTUNTIC INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION 79. OPPRTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH KIDNEY TRANSPLANTATION 80. INFECTIONS REALATION TO PROSTHETIC OR ARTIFICAL DEVICES 81. INFECTIONS RELATED TO CRANIOFACIAL SURGICAL PROCEDURES SECTION FIFTEEN-UNCLASSIFIED INFECTIOUS DISEASES 82. KAWASAKI DISEASE 83. CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME PART III - INFECTIONS WITH SPECIFIC MICROORGANISMS SECTION SIXTEEN - BACTERIAL INFECTIONS 84. NOMENCLATURE OF AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC BACTERIA SUBSECTION ONE - GRAM-POSITIVE COCCI 85. COAGULASE-POSITIVE STAPHYLOCOCCAL INFECTIONS 86. COAGULASE-NEGATIVE STAPHYLOCOCCAL INFECTIONS 87. GROUP A, GROUP C, AND GROUP G BETA-HEMOLYTIC STREPTOCOCCAL INFECTIONS 88. GROUP B STREPTOCOCCAL INFECTIONS 89. ENTEROCOCCAL AND VIRIDANS STREPTOCOCCAL INFECTIONS 90. PNEUMOCOCCAL INFECTIONS 91. MISCELLANEOUS GRAM-POSITIVE COCCI SUBSECTION TWO - GRAM-NEGATIVE COCCI 92. MORAXELLA CATARRHALIS 93. MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE 94. GONOCOCCAL DISEASE SUBSECTION THREE - GRAM-POSITIVE BACILLI 95. DIPHTHERIA 96. ANTHRAX 97. BACILLUS CEREUS 98. ARCANOBACTERIUM HAEMOLYTICUM 99. ERYSIPELOTHRIX RHUSIOPATHIAE 100 LISTERIOSIS 101. TUBERCULOSIS 102. OTHER MYCOBACTERIA 103. LEPROSY AND BURULI ULCER: THE MAJOR CUTANEOUS MYCOBACTERIOSES 104. NOCARDIA 105. MISCELLANEOUS GRAM-POSITIVE BACILLI SUBSECTION FOUR - ENTEROBACTERIA 106. CITROBACTER 107. ENTEROBACTER 108. DIARRHEA- AND DYSENTERY-CAUSING ESCHERICHIA COLI 109. KLEBSIELLA 110. MORGANELLA MORGANII 111. PROTEUS 112. PROVIDENCIA 113. SHIGELLA 114. SERRATIA 115. SALMONELLA 116. PLAGUE (YERSINIA PESTIS) 117. OTHER YERSINIA SPECIES 118. MISCELLANEOUS ENTEROBACTERIACEAE 119. AEROMONAS 120. PASTEURELLA MULTOCIDA 121. CHOLERA 122. VIBRIO PARAHAEMOLYTICUS 123. VIBRIO VULNIFICUS 124. MISCELLANEOUS NON-ENTEROBACTERIACEAE FERMENTATIVE BACILLI 125. ACINETOBACTER 126. ALCALIGENES 127. EIKENELLA CORRODENS 128. CHRYSEBACTERIUM (FLAVOBACTERIUM ) 129. PSEUDOMONAS AND RELATED SPECIES 130. STENOTROPHOMONAS (XANTHOMONAS) MALTOPHILIA SUBSECTION FIVE - GRAM-NEGATIVE COCCOBACILLI 131. ACTINOBACILLUS ACTINOMYCETEMCOMITANS 132. BARTONELLOSIS 133. BRUCELLOSIS 134. PERTUSSIS AND OTHER BORDETELLA INFECTIONS 135. CALYMMATOBACTERIUM GRANULOMATIS 136. CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI 137. OTHER CAMPYLOBACTER SPECIES 138. TULAREMIA 139. HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE 140. OTHER HAEMOPHILUS SPECIES 141. HELICOBACTER PYLORI 142. KINGELLA SPECIES 143. LEGIONNAIRES' DISEASE, PONTIAC FEVER, AND RELATED ILLNESSES 144. STREPTOBACILLUS MONILIFORMIS (RAT BITE FEVER) 145. BARTONELLA: CAT-SCRATCH DISEASE SUBSECTION SIX - TREPONEMATACEAE 146. BORRELIA (RELAPSING FEVER) 147. BORRELIA (LYME DISEASE) 148. LEPTOSPIROSIS 149. SPIRILLUM MINUS (RAT BITE FEVER) 150. SYPHILIS 151. NONVENEREAL TREPONEMATOSES SUBSECTION SEVEN - ANAEROBIC BACTERIA 152. CLOSTRIDIAL INTOXICATION AND INFECTION 153. INFANT BOTULISM 154. TETANUS 155. ACTINOMYCOSIS 156. OTHER ANAEROBIC INFECTIONS SECTION SEVENTEEN - VIRAL INFECTIONS 157. CLASSIFICATION AND NOMENCLATURE OF VIRUSES DNA VIRUSES SUBSECTION ONE - PARVOVIRIDAE 158. HUMAN PARVOVIRUS B19 SUBSECTION TWO - PAPILLOVIRIDAE 159. PAPILLOMAVIRUSES SUBSECTION THREE - MISCELLANEOUS SLOW VIRUSES AND PRION-RELATED DISEASES 160. TRANSMISSIBLE SPONGIFORM ENCEPHALOPATHIES (Creutzfeld-Jakob Disease, Gertsmann-Straussler-Scheinker Disease, Kuru, Fatal Familial Insomnia, new variant Creutzfeld-Jakob Disease) SUBSECTION FOUR - ADENOVIRIDAE 161. ADENOVIRUSES SUBSECTION FIVE - HEPATOVIRIDAE 162. HEPATITIS B and D VIRUSES SUBSECTION SIX - HERPESVIRIDAE 163. HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUSES 1 and 2 164. CYTOMEGALOVIRUS 165. EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS 166. HUMAN HERPESVIRUSES 6, 7, and 8 167. VARICELLA-ZOSTER VIRUS SUBSECTION SEVEN - POXVIRIDAE 168. SMALLPOX (VARIOLA VIRUS) 169. OTHER POXVIRUSES RNA VIRUSES SUBSECTION ONE - PICORNAVIRIDAE 170. ENTEROVIRUSES: POLIOVIRUSES (POLIOMYELITIS, COXSACKIEVIRUSES, AND ENTEROVIRUSES) 171. RHINOVIRUSES 172. HEPATITIS A VIRUS SUBSECTION TWO - CALICIVIRIDAE 173. CALICIVIRUSES SUBSECTION THREE - REOVIRIDAE 174. REOVIRUSES 175. ORBIVIRUSES AND COLTIVIRUSES 176. ROTAVIRUSES SUBSECTION FOUR - TOGAVIRIDAE 177. RUBELLA VIRUS 178. ALPHAVIRUSES SUBSECTION FIVE - FLAVIVIRIDAE 179. FLAVIVIRUSES 180. HEPATITIS C VIRUS SUBSECTION SIX - ORTHOMYXOVIRIDAE 181. INFLUENZA VIRUSES SUBSECTION SEVEN - PARAMYXOVIRIDAE 182. PARAINFLUENZA VIRUSES 183. MEASLES VIRUS 184. MUMPS VIRUS 185. RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS SUBSECTION EIGHT - RHABDOVIRIDAE 186. RABIES VIRUS SUBSECTION NINE - FILOVIRIDAE 187. ARENAVIRAL HEMORRHAGIC FEVERS 188. FILOVIRAL HEMORRAGIC FEVERS: MARBURG AND EBOLA VIRUS FEVERS SUBSECTION TEN - CORONAVIRIDAE 189. CORONAVIRUSES AND TOROVIRUSES SUBSECTION ELEVEN - BUNYAVIRIDAE 190. HANTAVIRUSES 191. LA CROSSE ENCEPHALITIS AND OTHER CALIFORNIA SEROGROUP VIRUSES 192. OTHER BUNYAVIRIDAE SUBSECTION TWELVE - RETROVIRIDAE 193. HUMAN RETROVIRUSES SECTION EIGHTEEN - CHLAMYDIA 194. CHLAMYDIA INFECTIONS SECTION NINETEEN - RICKETTSIAL DISEASES 195. RICKETTSIAL DISEASES SECTION TWENTY - MYCOPLASMA 196. MYCOPLASMA AND UREAPLASMA INFECTIONS SECTION TWENTY-ONE - FUNGAL DISEASES 197. CLASSIFICATION OF FUNGI 198. ASPERGILLUS INFECTIONS 199. BLASTOMYCOSIS 200. CANDIDIASIS 201. COCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS 202. PARACOCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS 203. CRYPTOCOCCOSIS 204. HISTOPLASMOSIS 205. SPOROTRICHOSIS 206. ZYGOMYCOSIS 207. MISCELLANEOUS MYCOSES SECTION TWENTY-TWO - PARASITIC DISEASES 208. CLASSIFICATION/NOMENCLATURE OF HUMAN PARASITES SUBSECTION ONE - PROTOZOA 209. AMEBIASIS 210. BLASTOCYSTIS HOMINIS INFECTION 211. ENTAMOEBA COLI INFECTION 212. GIARDIASIS 213. DIENTAMOEBA FRAGILIS INFECTIONS 214. TRICHOMONAS INFECTIONS 215. BALANTIDIUM COLI 216. CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS, CYCLOSPORA INFECTION, ISOSPORIASIS,and MICROSPORIDIOSIS 217. BABESIOSIS 218. MALARIA 219. LEISHMANIASIS 220. TRYPANOSOMIASIS 221. NAEGLERIA, ACANTHAMOEBA, AND BALAMUTHIA 222. TOXOPLASMOSIS 223. PNEUMOCYSTIS CARINII PNEUMONIA SUBSECTION TWO - NEMATODES 224. PARASITIC NEMATODE INFECTIONS SUBSECTION THREE - CESTODES 225. CESTODES SUBSECTION FOUR - TREMATODES 226. TREMATODES 227. SCHISTOSOMIASIS SUBSECTION FIVE - ARTHROPODS 228. ARTHROPODS SECTION TWENTY-THREE - HEALTH INFORMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL 229. INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL ISSUES FOR CHILDREN 230. INFECTIOUS DISEASE PROBLEMS OF NTERNATIONAL ADOPTEES REFUGEES PART IV - INFECTION CONTROL SECTION TWENTY-FOUR - HOSPITAL CONTROL OF INFECTIONS 231. NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS 232. PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF INFECTIONS IN HOSPITALIZED CHILDREN PART V - THERAPEUTICS 233. MECHANISMS OF ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTIVIRAL RESISTANCE 234. PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMAKINETICS OF INFECTIOUS AGENTS 235. ANTIBACTERIAL THERAPEUTIC AGENTS 236. ANTIMICROBIAL PROPHYLAXIS 237. OUTPATIENT INTRAVENOUS ANTIBIOTIC THERAPY OF SERIOUS INFECTIONS 238. ANTIVIRAL AGENTS 239. ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS 240. DRUGS FOR PARASITIC DISEASES 241. IMMUNOMODULATING AGENTS PART VI - PREVENTION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES 242. ACTIVE IMMUNIZING AGENTS 243. PASSIVE IMMUNIZATION SECTION TWENTY-FIVE - OTHER PREVENTIVE CONSIDERATIONS 244. PUBLIC HEALTH CONSIDERATIONS 245. INFECTIONS IN DAY CARE ENVIRONMENTS 246. HUMAN AND ANIMAL BITES 247. BIOTERRISM PART VII - GUIDES TO THE DIAGNOSIS OF INFECTION 248. USE OF THE BACTERIOLOGY, MYCOLOGY, AND PARASITOLOGY LABORATORIES 249. USE OF THE DIAGNOSTIC VIROLOGY LABORATORY 250. USE OF THE SEROLOGY LABORATORY PART VIII - BIOSTATISTICS APPLICABLE TO THE SUBSPECIALTY OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES 251. EPIDEMIOLOGY AND BIOSTATISTICS

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