Chamberlain's Infectious Diseases Lectures: These lectures
include the Hematopoietic, Systemic, Gastrointestinal Tract,
Cardiovascular infections, Upper Respiratory Tract, Lower Respiratory
Tract, Urinary Tract, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
Gettings Family Questions: Test your microbial knowledge with this family's illnesses. Note this family is fictional the diseases are not. Will add new questions as I get time.
Infectious Diseases Laboratory Notebook: This notebook will help you identify your bacterial unknowns. Gram Staining Index.
Common Causes: The common causes of various diseases.
Infectious Disease Names and their Etiologies (causes)
Diseases: A list of the diseases that have to be reported to
the Centers of Disease Control.
Dr. Tritz's Infectious Diseases Lectures: Dr. Tritz retired June 30, 2003 and there will be no new versions of these lectures for now. These lectures include the Central Nervous System, Integument, Eye, and Ear.
A book I
wrote that might help you learn microbiology organized by organ system
and by human disease. Click on Image to see where you can get it.
Nearly all the Bugs that Cause:
Cases Developed at KCOM:
Rashes: Diseases1-6. Do you know the other numbered diseases
besides Fifth Disease?
Classic Childhood Exanthems- Oct. 2015 Clinician Reviews- Picture This- Dematology- Great review
Important Fungi (with images)
Stethoscope Contest- Sorry you can't
compete in this contest, however the cases I used with my students are
there for you to try to solve. The answers to the
questions are now accessible without having to email me.
Childhood (Birth to 15 Months and 18 Months to 18 years) Immunization Schedule
Adult Immunization Schedule (19 years and older)
History of Vaccines: A wonderful educational resource created by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia
Average Total MCAT Scores for Osteopathic Medical Schools
DO School COMLEX-USA Pass rate; Level 1- 2019-2012
DO School Residency Match Rate