This complete, up-to-date introduction to immunology
takes students from basic vocabulary through common immunoassays to closer
consideration of the specific diseases that require immunologic methods of
diagnosis. CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY AND SEROLOGY
presents today's newest professional techniques, thoroughly preparing
students to work in modern clinical immunology laboratories, understand the data
generated there, and apply the conclusions to deliver superior patient care.
Full-color charts and illustrations engage students and enhance comprehension,
and the text's content has been extensively classroom-tested. It contains the
most up-to-date information to accurately reflect what in done in the clinical
immunology laboratory. Every chapter contains review and critical thinking
questions, as well as a detailed case study.