Sexually Transmitted Diseases 3rd Revised edition [Kõva köide]

  • Formaat: Hardback, 1344 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 279x221x61 mm, kaal: 3730 g, 650 illustrations, references, bibliography
  • Ilmumisaeg: 01-Nov-1998
  • Kirjastus: McGraw-Hill Professional
  • ISBN-10: 007029688X
  • ISBN-13: 9780070296886
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  • Formaat: Hardback, 1344 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 279x221x61 mm, kaal: 3730 g, 650 illustrations, references, bibliography
  • Ilmumisaeg: 01-Nov-1998
  • Kirjastus: McGraw-Hill Professional
  • ISBN-10: 007029688X
  • ISBN-13: 9780070296886
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New edition of a text that provides information on the clinical, microbiological, and public health aspects of STD, including HIV infection. One hundred & seven contributions discuss socioeconomic impact of sexually transmitted diseases/HIV; history of STD; epidemiology; social and psychological determinants of sexuality; profiles of groups and behaviors with high priority for intervention; sexually transmitted pathogens; STD care management; STD/HIV in reproductive health and pediatrics; prevention and control; and special medical, legal, and social issues. Contains 119 color plates. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

The rapid changes in the STD arena are defined here by the leading figures in the field. Foremost among the new material is the superlative coverage of HIV and AIDS. You'll find diagnosis and management guidelines, HIV in reproductive health and pediatrics, establishing prevention programs. HIV in developing countries and more. All other STDs are reviewed in depth, and the winning organization reviews diseases by underlying pathogen (bacteria, fungi, protozoa, etc). Also, fully updated coverage of medical, legal and social issues is supplied to give the specialist or primary care physician broad based coverage beyond diagnosis and management concerns.
Contributors v(8) Introduction xiii Part I SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACT OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES/HIV 3(12)
Chapter 1 The Public Interest in a Private Disease: Why Should the Government Play a Role in STD Control? 3(12) Mead Over Part II HISTORY OF STD 15(10)
Chapter 2 Historical Perspectives on Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Challenges for Prevention and Control 15(10) Alan M. Brandt David Shumway Jones Part III EPIDEMIOLOGY 25(70)
Chapter 3 Transmission Dynamics of Sexually Transmitted Infections 25(14) Roy M. Anderson
Chapter 4 Social and Behavioral Determinants of the Epidemiology of STDs: Industrialized and Developing Countries 39(38) Sevgi O. Aral King K. Holmes
Chapter 5 The Global Epidemiology of HIV and AIDS 77(18) Peter O. Way Bernhard Schwartlander Peter Piot Part IV SOCIAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF SEXUALITY 95(22)
Chapter 6 The Social Context of Sexuality: The Case of the United States 95(12) Mary Rogers Gillmore Pepper Schwartz Diane Civic
Chapter 7 Psychological Perspectives on Sexuality and Sexually Transmitted Diseases 107(10) Michael W. Ross Part V PROFILES OF GROUPS AND BEHAVIORS WITH HIGH PRIORITY FOR INTERVENTION 117(56)
Chapter 8 Gender Perspectives and STD 117(12) Anke A. Ehrhardt Gail Bolan Judith N. Wasserheit
Chapter 9 Adolescents and STDs 129(14) Stuart M. Berman Karen Hein
Chapter 10 Sex Workers and Their Clients in the Epidemiology and Control of Sexually Transmitted Diseases 143(8) Francis A. Plummer Roel A. Coutinho Elizabeth N. Ngugi Stephen Moses
Chapter 11 Homosexual and Bisexual Behavior 151(12) Lynda S. Doll David G. Ostrow
Chapter 12 STDs, HIV/AIDS, Ethnicity, and Migrant Populations 163(10) Anneke van den Hoek Part VI SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED PATHOGENS 173(478) Section 1: Overview of Host Immunity and Molecular Pathogenesis and STD
Chapter 13 Genitourinary Mucosal Defenses 173(18) Myron S. Cohen Robert D. Weber Per-Anders Mardh Deborah J. Anderson
Chapter 14 Normal Genital Flora 191(14) Sharon Hillier
Chapter 15 Pathogenesis of Sexually Transmitted Viral and Bacterial Infections 205(10) Stanley M. Lemon P. Frederick Sparling Section 2: HIV and Other Primate Retroviruses
Chapter 16 The Biology of HIV, SIV, and Other Lentiviruses 215(16) Ronald Swanstrom Robert Wehbie
Chapter 17 Immunology of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection 231(20) Scott Koenig Anthony Fauci
Chapter 18 Epidemiology, Natural History, and Pathogenesis of HIV Infection 251(8) John Ambroziak Jay A. Levy
Chapter 19 Human T-Cell Lymphotropic Virus and HTLV Infection 259(10) Farley R. Cleghorn William A. Blattner Section 3: Herpesviruses, Human Papillomavirus, Hepatitis B Virus, Molluscum Contagiosum
Chapter 20 Biology of Herpesviruses 269(16) Peter E. Pertel Patricia G. Spear
Chapter 21 Genital Herpes 285(28) Lawrence Corey Anna Wald
Chapter 22 Cytomegalovirus Infection 313(14) W. Lawrence Drew Michael P. Bates
Chapter 23 Epstein-Barr Virus Infection 327(8) Karen S. Slobod John W. Sixbey
Chapter 24 Biology of Genital Human Papillomaviruses 335(12) Denise A. Galloway
Chapter 25 Genital Human Papillomavirus 347(14) Laura A. Koutsky Nancy B. Kiviat
Chapter 26 Viral Hepatitis 361(24) Stanley M. Lemon Miriam J. Alter
Chapter 27 Molluscum Contagiosum 385(6) John M. Douglas, Jr. Section 4: Bacteria
Chapter 28 Biology of Chlamydia trachomatis 391(16) Julius Schachter
Chapter 29 Chlamydia trachomatis Infections of the Adult 407(16) Walter E. Stamm
Chapter 30 Lymphogranuloma Venereum 423(10) Peter L. Perine Walter E. Stamm
Chapter 31 Biology of Neisseria gonorrhoeae 433(18) P. Frederick Sparling
Chapter 32 Gonococcal Infections in the Adult 451(16) Edward W. Hook III H. Hunter Handsfield
Chapter 33 Biology of Treponema pallidum 467(6) Lola V. Stamm
Chapter 34 Natural History of Syphilis 473(6) P. Frederick Sparling
Chapter 35 Early Syphilis 479(8) Daniel M. Musher
Chapter 36 Late Syphilis 487(24) Morton N. Swartz Daniel M. Musher Bernadine P. Healy
Chapter 37 Endemic Treponematoses 511(4) Andre Meheus E. Tikhomirov
Chapter 38 Chancroid and Haemophilus ducreyi 515(10) Allan R. Ronald William Albritton
Chapter 39 Donovanosis 525(8) Nigel OFarrell
Chapter 40 Genital Mycoplasmas 533(16) David Taylor-Robinson Jonathan G. Ainsworth William M. McCormack
Chapter 41 Enteric Bacterial Pathogens: Shigella, Salmonella, Campylobacter 549(14) Cheleste Thorpe Gerald T. Keusch
Chapter 42 Bacterial Vaginosis 563(24) Sharon Hillier King K. Holmes Section 5: Protozoa and Fungi
Chapter 43 Trichomonas vaginalis and Trichomoniasis 587(18) John N. Krieger John F. Alderete
Chapter 44 Intestinal Protozoa: Giardia lamblia, Entamoeba histolytica, Cryptosporidium, and New and Emerging Protozoal Infections 605(24) Richard L. Guerrant Cynthia L. Sears Jonathan I. Ravdin
Chapter 45 Vulvovaginal Candidiasis 629(12) Jack D. Sobel Section 6: Ectoparasites
Chapter 46 Pubic Lice 641(4) Stephan A. Billstein
Chapter 47 Scabies 645(6) Thomas A. E. Platts-Mills Michael F. Rein Part VII STD CARE MANAGEMENT 651(416) A. Overview
Chapter 48 STD Care Management 651(18) King K. Holmes Caroline A. Ryan
Chapter 49 Individual-Level Risk Assessment for STD/HIV Infection 669(16) J. Randall Curtis King K. Holmes
Chapter 50 Anatomy and Physical Examination of the Female Genital Tract 685(14) Daniel O. Graney Louis A. Vontver
Chapter 51 Clinical Anatomy, Histology, and Physical Examination of the Male Genital Tract 699(12) John N. Krieger Daniel O. Graney
Chapter 52 Principles of Treatment of STD 711(12) H. Hunter Handsfield
Chapter 53 Issues in the Laboratory Diagnosis of STDs 723(12) Stephen A. Morse Consuelo M. Beck-Sague Per-Anders Mardh
Chapter 54 Behavioral Interventions for Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention at the Individual-Level 735(10) Martin Fishbein Richard J. Wolitski Lynda S. Doll
Chapter 55 Partner Notification for Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV Infection 745(8) Richard B. Rothenberg John J. Potterat
Chapter 56 Support Groups for People with HIV, HPV, and HSV Infections 753(8) Judith B. Greenberg Peggy Clarke Section 2: Management of STD Syndromes in Women
Chapter 57 Lower Genital Tract Infection in Women 761(22) King K. Holmes Walter E. Stamm
Chapter 58 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease 783(28) Lars Westrom David Eschenbach
Chapter 59 Cervical Neoplasia and Other STD-Related Genital Tract Neoplasias 811(22) Nancy Kiviat Laura A. Koutsky Jorma Paavonen Section 3: Management of STD Syndromes in Men
Chapter 60 Urethritis in Males 833(14) David H. Martin William R. Bowie
Chapter 61 Acute Epididymitis 847(12) Richard E. Berger
Chapter 62 Prostatitis Syndromes 859(14) John N. Krieger Section 4: Management of Dermatologic and Extragenital Manifestations of STD/HIV
Chapter 63 Generalized Cutaneous Manifestations of STD/HIV Infection: Typical Presentations, Differential Diagnosis, and Management 873(14) Roy Colven David H. Spach
Chapter 64 Genital Ulcer Adenopathy Syndrome 887(6) Ronald C. Ballard
Chapter 65 Genital Dermatoses 893(10) Libby Edwards
Chapter 66 Ocular Infections Associated With Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS 903(10) John W. Chandler
Chapter 67 Treatment of Chronic Viral Hepatitis 913(8) Ian Grimm Nicholas Shaheen
Chapter 68 Arthritis Associated With Sexually Transmitted Diseases 921(16) Peter A. Rice H. Hunter Handsfield
Chapter 69 Sexually Transmitted Intestinal Syndromes 937(26) Janice R. Verley Thomas C. Quinn Section 5: Clinical Management of HIV Infection
Chapter 70 Counseling and Testing for HIV Infection 963(10) Connie Celum Susan Buchbinder
Chapter 71 Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis of HIV-1 and Use of Viral RNA to Monitor Infection 973(14) Robert W. Coombs
Chapter 72 The Psychosocial Management of HIV Disease In Adults 987(8) Margaret A. Chesney Susan Folkman
Chapter 73 Clinical Management of HIV Infection in Primary Health Care 995(14) David H. Spach
Chapter 74 Antiviral Therapy of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection 1009(22) Joseph J. Eron, Jr. Martin S. Hirsch
Chapter 75 Management of Opportunistic Infections 1031(14) Katherine M. Spooner Henry Masur
Chapter 76 AIDS-Related Malignancies 1045(10) Barbara Klencke Paul Volberding
Chapter 77 Management of Neurologic Disease in HIV-1 Infection 1055(12) Christina M. Marra Part VIII STD/HIV IN REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND PEDIATRICS 1067(164)
Chapter 78 Contraception, Contraceptive Technology, and STDs 1067(12) Willard Cates, Jr.
Chapter 79 Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Infertility 1079(10) Willard Cates, Jr. Robert C. Brunham
Chapter 80 Sexually Transmitted Diseases Including HIV Infection in Pregnancy 1089(44) D. Heather Watts Robert C. Brunham
Chapter 81 Pediatric HIV Infection 1133(12) Wilma Lim Martha Rogers
Chapter 82 Gonococcal Diseases in Infants and Children 1145(10) Laura T. Gutman
Chapter 83 Chlamydial Infections in Infants and Children 1155(10) Margaret R. Hammerschlag
Chapter 84 Congenital Syphilis 1165(26) Justin D. Radolf Pablo J. Sanchez Kenneth F. Schulz F. Kevin Murphy
Chapter 85 Herpesvirus Infections in Neonates and Children: Cytomegalovirus and Herpes Simplex Virus 1191(22) Sergio Stagno Richard J. Whitley
Chapter 86 Sexually Transmitted Diseases--Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis 1213(6) Haskins Kashima Keerti Shah Pheobe Mounts
Chapter 87 Child Sexual Abuse and Sexually Transmitted Diseases 1219(12) Nyssa Matson Laura T. Gutman Part IX PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF STD/HIV 1231(202) Section 1: Public Health Program Perspectives
Chapter 88 Individual, Group, and Population Approaches to STD/HIV Prevention 1231(8) Nancy Padian Sevgi O. Aral King K. Holmes
Chapter 89 Conceptual Framework for STD/HIV Prevention and Control 1239(16) Michael E.St. Louis King K. Holmes
Chapter 90 Assessment of STD/HIV Prevention Efforts and Programs in the United States: National, Local, and Community Perspectives 1255(18) Judith N. Wasserheit Robert W. Wood Ronald O. Valdiserri
Chapter 91 Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Reproductive Health Clinical Services: Categorical Clinics and Integrated Programs 1273(8) Edward W. Hook, III Jacqueline E. Darroch David J. Landry David Mabey
Chapter 92 Laboratory Services for Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Overview and Recent Developments 1281(14) Max A. Chernesky
Chapter 93 STD-Related Health Care Seeking and Health Service Delivery 1295(12) Sevgi O. Aral Judith N. Wasserheit
Chapter 94 Barrier Methods for the Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Diseases 1307(16) Judith Timyan Katherine M. Stone Elizabeth L. Thomas
Chapter 95 Community Outreach and Education 1323(6) Jeffrey A. Kelly Kathleen J. Sikkema David R. Holtgrave
Chapter 96 Marketing, Communication, and Advocacy for Large-Scale STD/HIV Prevention and Control 1329(8) William A. Smith Robert Hornik
Chapter 97 Public Health Surveillance for HIV/AIDS and Other STDs: Guideposts for Prevention 1337(16) John W. Ward Joel R. Greenspan
Chapter 98 Evaluation of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs 1353(14) Thierry E. Mertens William J. Kassler
Chapter 99 The Economic Burden of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in the United States 1367(14) Joanna E. Siegel Section 2: Special Aspects of STD/HIV Prevention and Control in Developing Countries and Resource Poor Settings in Industrialized Countries
Chapter 100 Prevention and Control of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Developing Countries 1381(10) C. Johannes van Dam Gina Dallabetta Peter Piot
Chapter 101 Approach to Management of HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries 1391(8) Kevin M. De Cock Elly T. Katabira
Chapter 102 Approach to Management of STDs in Developing Countries 1399 Bea Vuylsteke Marie Laga