Henry’s Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods

Henrys Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods 24th Edition-1

Richard A. McPherson Matthew R. Pincus 2022 Clinical laboratory measurements form the scientific basis upon which medical diagnosis and management of patients is established. These results constitute the largest section of the medical record of patients, and laboratory examinations will only continue to grow in number as new procedures are offered and well-established ones are […]

Continue reading →

Autoimmune Bullous Diseases

Autoimmune Bullous Diseases_ Text and Review 2nd Edition-1

Barbara Horváth Editor 2022 Almost 5 years ago the first edition of Autoimmune Bullous Diseases study guide, edited by the late Professor Marcel Jonkman, was published. The right concept of the book was proven by its popularity, with more than 20,000 downloads of the electronic version. However, a lot has happened in the past 5 […]

Continue reading →

From Basic to Clinical Immunology

From Basic to Clinical Immunology 1st Edition-1

Vladimir V. Klimov 2019 Why is immunology so important? The immune system has involvement in almost all fields related to health and disease. Infections continue to confront human health and well-being on a global scale. Inflammation contributes to the lung, heart and joint diseases, and diabetes mellitus; cancers have to evade immune surveillance, and immune dysregulation leads […]

Continue reading →

Immunology and Immunopathogenesis of Malaria

Immunology and Immunopathogenesis of Malaria-1

J. Langhorne (Ed.) 2005 Malaria is still a major global health problem, killing more than one million people every year. Almost all of these deaths are caused by Plasmodium falciparum, one of the four species of malaria parasites infecting humans. This high burden of mortality falls heavily on sub-Saharan Africa, where over 90% of these deaths are thought to […]

Continue reading →



Graham Pawelec 2007 Human immunosenescence contributes to morbidity and mortality in later life. The age-associated increasing incidence of cancer and cardiovascular disease plateaus at around 80 years of age in industrialised countries, hut death due to infectious disease continues to increase up to 100 years of age and beyond.

Continue reading →