INFECTIOUS DISEASES * INFECTIEZIEKTEN * MALADIES INFECTIEUSES

General

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Emerging infectious diseases

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  • Scheld WM, Armstrong D, Hughes JM, editors. Emerging infections 1. Washington: ASM Press, 1998: 277 pp.

  • Scheld WM, Craig WA, Hughes JM, editors. Emerging infections 2. Washington: ASM Press, 1998: 333 pp.

  • Scheld WM, Craig WA, Hughes JM, editors. Emerging infections 3. Washington: ASM Press, 1999: 239 pp.

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  • Scheld WM, Hooper DC, Hughes JM, editors. Emerging infections 7. Washington: ASM Press, 2007: 381 pp.

  • Scheld WM, Hammer SM, Hughes JM, editors. Emerging infections 8. Washington: ASM Press, 2008: 450 pp.

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  • WHO. Infection control for viral haemorrhagic fevers in the African health care setting. Geneva: World Health Organization (WHO), 1998: 198 pp. (WHO/EMC/ESR/98.2)

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  • Wolfe N. The viral storm; the dawn of a new pandemic age. London, Allen Lane, 2011. 304 pp.

  • Zimmer C. A planet of viruses. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2011. 109 pp.
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Individual infectious diseases

  • Bloom BR, editor. Tuberculosis; pathogenesis, protection, and control. Washington: ASM Press, 1994: 637 pp.

  • Cole ST, Eisenach KD, McMurray DN, Jacobs WR. Tuberculosis and the tubercle bacillus. Washington: ASM Press, 2005: 584 pp.

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  • Demedts M, Gyselen A, Van den Brande P, editors. Tuberculose; een blijvende uitdaging. Leuven: Garant, 1992: 207 pp. (Medisch-Informatieve Reeks; 2)

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  • Harries A, Maher D, Graham S. TB/VIH; manuel clinique; 2e éd. Genève: Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS), 2005: 227 pp. (WHO/HTM/TB/2004.329)

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  • Kaufmann SHE, Hahn H, editors. Mycobacteria and TB. Basel: Karger, 2003: 155 pp. (Issues in Infectious Diseases; 2)

  • Kaufmann SHE, Rubin E, editors. Handbook of tuberculosis; molecular biology and biochemistry. Weinheim: Wiley-VCH Verlag, 2008: 423 pp.

  • Kaufmann SHE, van Helden P, editors. Handbook of tuberculosis; clinics, diagnostics, therapy and epidemiology. Weinheim: Wiley-VCH Verlag, 2008: 281 pp.

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