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In Defense of the Brain: Current Concepts in the Immunopathogenesis and Clinical Aspects of Cns Infections

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English | 355 pages | Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (January 15, 1997) | 0865425558 | PDF | 41.47 Mb

In Defense of the Brain covers the most up-to-date topics in CNS infections, including bacterial meningitis, leukocyte migration, microglia, and other afflictions that affect the nervous system.

Co-authored by Jack Remington, author of the successful series Current Clinical Topics in Infectious Diseases, this book is written by leaders in the field of infectious disease.
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