Viruses of Humans

Chapter 17 Parvoviridae

Properties of Pmmiridne 285 Parvovirus B19 288 Enteric Parvoviruses 292 Dependoviruses 292 Further Reading 293

Chapter 18 Papovaviridae

Properties of Papovaviridae 294 Papillomaviruses 294 Polyomaviruses 302 Further Reading 304

Chapter 19 Adenoviridae

Properties of Adenoviridae 306 Pathogenesis and Immunity 309 Clinical Syndromes 310 Laboratory Diagnosis 312 Epidemiology 314 Control 314 Further Reading 315

Chapter 20 Uerpesviridae

Properties o( Herpesmridae 318 Herpes Simplex Viruses 323 VariceJIa-Zoster Virus 330 Cytomegalovirus 334 Human Herpesvirus 6 341 Epstein-Barr Virus 343 Herpes B Virus 346 Further Reading 346

Chapter 21 Poxviridae

Properties of Poxviridae 348 Pathogenesis and Immunity 352 Laboratory Diagnosis 352 Human infections with Orthopoxviruses 353 Human Infections wiih Para poxviruses 356

MoJIuscum Contagiosum 356 Yabapox and Tanapox 357 Further Reading 357

Chapter 22 Hepadmviridae and Deltavirus

Properties of Hepadmviridae 359 Clinical Features of Hepatitis B 362 Pathogenesis and Immunity 364 Laboratory Diagnosis 366 Epidemiology 369 Control 369

Deltavirus (Hepatitis D) 373 Further Reading 379

Chapter 23 Picornaviridae

Properties of Picornaviridae 382 Polioviruses 385 Other Enteroviruses 391 Rhinoviruses 398 Hepatitis A 400 Further Reading 405

Chapter 24 Calkivindae and Astroviridae

Caliciviruses Associated with Gastroenteritis Hepatitis E 411 Astroviruses 415 Further Reading 417

Chapter 25 Togaviridae

Properties of Togaviridae 418 Pathogenesis 421 Clinical Syndromes 421 Laboratory Diagnosis 423 Epidemiology 424 Control 426 Rubella 427 Further Reading 432

Chapter 26 Flaviviridae

Properties of Flaviviridae 434 Pathogenesis and Clinical Features 436

Laboratory Diagnosis 437 Epidemiology and Control 438 Yellow Fever 438 Dengue 441

Flavivirus Encephalitides 443 Tick-Borne Flavivirus Hemorrhagic Fevers Hepatitis C 445 Further Reading 449

Chapter 27 Coronaviridae

Properlies of Coronaviridae 451 Pathogenesis and Immunity 454 Clinical Features 454 Laboratory Diagnosis 454 Epidemiology 455 Further Reading 455

Chapter 28 Paramyxoviridae

Properties of Paramyxoviridae 456 Measles 461 Mumps 465 Parainfluenza Viruses 467 Respiratory Syncytial Virus 469 Further Reading 474

Chapter 29 Rhabdoviridae

Properties of Rhabdoviridae 475 Rabies 478 Vesicular Stomatitis 482 Further Reading 482

Chapter 30 Filoviridae

Properties of Filoviridae 485 Pathogenesis 486 Clinical Features 486 Laboratory Diagnosis 487 Epidemiology 487 Prevention 487 Further Reading 488

Chapter 31 Orthomyxoviridae

Properties of Orthomyxovindae Pathogenesis and Immunity Clinical Features of Influenza Laboratory Diagnosis 494 Epidemiology 495 Control 496 Further Reading 499

Chapter 32 Arenaviridae

Properties of Arenaviridae 500 Laboratory Diagnosis 503 Epidemiology 504 Diseases Caused by Arenaviruses 504 Prevention and Treatment 507 Further Reading 508

Chapter 33 Bunyavtridae

Properties of Bunyavtridae 509

Pathogenesis 513

Laboratory Diagnosis 513

Rift Valley Fever 513

Sandfly Fever 515

California Encephalitis 515

Oropouche Fever 516

Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever 517

Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome 518

Further Reading 520

Chapter 34 Reoviridae

Properties of Reoviridae 522 Rotaviruses 524 Coltiviruses and Orbiviruses 528 Orthoreovi ruses 529 Further Reading 530

Chapter 35 Rctroviridae

Properties of Retroviridae 532

Human T-Cell Leukemia (Lymphotropic) Viruses 535

Human Immunodeficiency Viruses 538

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