Comparative Hepatitis - Birkhauser Advances in Infectious Diseases (Hardback)
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Comparative Hepatitis - Birkhauser Advances in Infectious Diseases (Hardback)

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Hardback 383 Pages / Published: 23/06/2008
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Acute and chronic hepatitis and hepatitis-related diseases such as liver failure, liver cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma are among the most important causes for disabilities and death. Hepatocellular injury is due to a variety of agents including viruses, toxins, radiation, injury and drugs but also bacteria, parasites and autoimmune reactions.

This volume reviews today's knowledge about hepatitis with emphasis on comparative aspects between hepatitis in humans and animals, but also between different etiological agents. This particular viewpoint makes the book relevant for scientists from both human and veterinary medicine, gastroenterologists, pathologists, virologists and students of human and veterinary medicine.

Publisher: Birkhauser Verlag AG
ISBN: 9783764385576
Number of pages: 383
Weight: 760 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 22 mm
Edition: 2008 ed.


MEDIA REVIEWS
From the reviews: "The present volume reviews the most advanced knowledge about hepatitis by comparing this disease in humans and animals and describes the differences between the various etiologic agents. ... Overall, this cross disciplinary monograph provides extraordinary up to date information on the latest developments in hepatitis research and covers basic biology and biochemistry of pathogens as well as medical aspects and implications relevant for the general public health. No doubt, the book is an excellent resource for both fundamental research scientist and clinicians." (Norica Nichita, Romanian Journal of Biochemistry, Vol. 47 (1), 2010)

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