I. Introduction to Clinical Infectious Diseases; Chapter 1. Introduction to Infectious Disease; Chapter 2.Introduction to Antimicrobial Agents; Chapter 3.Introduction to Medical Microbiology; II. Approach to Fever and Leukocytosis; Chapter 4. Fever and NeutropenicFever; Chapter 5. Leukocytosis; III.Approach Bloodstream and Cardiovascular Infections; Chapter 6.Endocarditis; Chapter 7.Myocarditis; Chapter 8. Cardiac Device Infections; Chapter 9. Central Venous Catheter Infectious; IV. Approach to Pulmonary Infections; Chapter 10. Pneumonia; Chapter 11.Empyema; Chapter 12. Lung Abscess; Chapter 13. Tuberculosis; V. Approach to Gastrointestinal Infections; Chapter 14.Diverticulitis; Chapter 15.Appendicitis; Chapter 16. Pancreatic Infections; Chapter 17. Peritonitis; Chapter 18. Infectious Diarrhea; Chapter 19. Clostridium difficile Colitis; VI. Approach to Hepatobiliary Infections; Chapter 20. Cholecystitis; Chapter 21. Cholangitis; VII. Approach to Hepatic Infections; Chapter 22. Hepatic Abscess; Chapter 23. Hepatitis A; Chapter 24. Hepatitis B; Chapter 25. Hepatitis C; VIII. Approach to Renal-Urinary Infections; Chapter 26. Urinary Tract Infections; Chapter 27. Pyelonephritis and Renal Abscess; Chapter 28. Catheter-related urinary tract infections; IX. Approach to Neurological Infections; Chapter 29. Meningitis; Chapter 30.Encephalitis; Chapter 31. Brain Abscess; X. Approach to Orthopedic-Related Infections; Chapter 32. Osteomyelitis; Chapter 33. Septic Arthritis; Chapter 34. Prosthetic-Joint Infections; XI. Approach to Skin and Soft-tissue Infections; Chapter 35. Cellulitis; Chapter 36. Diabetic-Foot Infections; XII. Approach to Sexually Transmitted Infections; Chapter 37. Sexual transmitted diseases; Chapter 38.HIV and AIDS; XIII. Approach to Infections related to Obstetrics and Gynecology; Chapter 39. Obstetrics and gynecology related infections; XIV. Approach to Eye Infections; Chapter 40. Keratitis; Chapter 41.Endophthalmitis; XV. Approach to Sepsis; Chapter 42. SIRS and Sepsis; XVI. Approach to Transplant-related Infections; Chapter 43. Hematopoietic stem-cell transplant infections; Chapter 44.Solid-organ transplant infections; XVII.Infection Control and Epidemiology; Chapter 45.Basic approach to Infection Control and Epidemiology; Section VI. Approach to Hepatobiliary Infections.
William F. Wright, DO, MPH, Assistant Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Institute for Human Virology, University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, MD.