CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY AND SEROLOGY BY CHRISTINE DORRESTEYN STEVENS PDF

Akinorr The 4th Edition of this popular text has been completely updated and revised throughout to reflect the latest advances in the field. A practical introduction to clinical immunology, covering essential theoretical principles along with serology techniques most commonly used in the lab. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. You also may like to try some of these bookshopswhich may or may not sell this item. This single location in New South Wales: If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Jul 30, Mohammadreza Nasiri is currently reading it.

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This sensible introduction to scientific immunology covers all the important theoretical rules and the serology strategies mostly used in the laboratory. Structured into straightforward-to-read, scholar-pleasant sections, the book focuses on the direct application of idea to scientific laboratory practice. An insert features full-color slides visually demonstrates what to expect in the lab and shows the relationship between immunology and hematology. Updated references and extra lab workouts mirror modifications in immunology and serology.

Lab workouts are designed as an instance and reinforce ideas mentioned within the chapters. This book would be very useful for clinical laboratory scientists CLS in training or early in their practicing career.

This book would also be very helpful as the course textbook for anyone teaching CLS students or for those performing such testing in their everyday practice e. This one-inch thick paperback book has 23 chapters. The first six cover the theoretical basis of immunology, followed by five chapters discussing basic laboratory test methodologies for immunological disorders or serology, another six chapters on specific immunologic disorders, and finally five chapters on commonly performed serological tests.

The descriptions of various diseases are concise yet complete, and nicely complemented with discussions of the corresponding available tests. Of note, the old "LE prep" test, a nonspecific test historically used as an adjunct for diagnosing systemic lupus erythematosus SLE , is not even mentioned - one of many examples that this book accurately reflects current and best laboratory practice!

Many of the chapters are followed by an "Exercise" for the interested reader, followed by review questions that nicely capture the key learning points. This book is an excellent reference for anyone learning or practicing clinical immunology or serology, based on its emphasis on evidence-based good laboratory practice.

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This sensible introduction to scientific immunology covers all the important theoretical rules and the serology strategies mostly used in the laboratory. Structured into straightforward-to-read, scholar-pleasant sections, the book focuses on the direct application of idea to scientific laboratory practice. An insert features full-color slides visually demonstrates what to expect in the lab and shows the relationship between immunology and hematology. Updated references and extra lab workouts mirror modifications in immunology and serology.

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