Immunology is the teaching of human and animal defense against the microflora of the biosphere, i.e. the teaching of the immune system, its structure and function. The immune system is part of a number of processes that determine the protection of the organism against infections, such as viruses, bacteria and fungi, as well as some cancers.
It is involved in all forms of inflammation, including the many forms that are not triggered by microorganisms, but, for example, of physical trauma.Read more
The doctor is often more to be feared than the disease.
The Immune System emphasizes the human immune system and synthesizes immunological ideas right into an understandable, up-to-date, and reader-pleasant account of how the immune system works. The 3rd Version has been extensively revised and updated and contains two new chapters on innate and adaptive immunity, which explore the cellular, physical, and molecular rules.Read more
This brand new title provides a succinct overview of both the scientific and clinical principles of organ transplantation and the types of organ transplant, featuring highly-illustrated information covering core topics in transplantation. Transplantation at a Glance is the ideal introduction for medical students, junior doctors, surgical trainees, immunology students, pharmacists, and nurses on transplant wards.Read more