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Koneman’s	Color	Atlas	and	Textbook	of
Diagnostic	Microbiology
Koneman's Color Atlas and 
Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology 
Gary W. Proeop, MD, MS 
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Names:	Procop,	Gary	W.,	author.
Title:	Koneman’s	color	atlas	and	textbook	of	diagnostic	microbiology	/	Gary
		W.	Procop,	Deirdre	L.	Church,	Geraldine	S.	Hall,	William	M.	Janda,	Elmer
		W.	Koneman,	Paul	C.	Schreckenberger,	Gail	L.	Woods.
Other	titles:	Color	atlas	and	textbook	of	diagnostic	microbiology
Description:	Seventh	edition.	|	Philadelphia	:	Wolters	Kluwer	Health,	[2017]
		|	Preceded	by	Koneman’s	color	atlas	and	textbook	of	diagnostic
		microbiology	/	Washington	C.	Winn	Jr.	…	[et	al.].	6th	ed.	c2006.	|
		Includes	bibliographical	references	and	index.
Identifiers:	LCCN	2016002803	|	ISBN	9781451116595	(hardback)	|	eISBN	9781469829401	|	VST	9781469836164
Subjects:	|	MESH:	Microbiological	Phenomena	|	Microbiological	Techniques	|
		Laboratory	Manuals
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In	Remembrance	of	Our	Former	Colleagues	and	Co-Authors
Wash	—We	particularly	remember	your	leadership	in	the	College	of	American	Pathology	and	as	the
editor-in-chief	of	the	sixth	edition	of	this	text.	You	are	sorely	missed.
Steve	—We	particularly	remember	your	leadership	on	the	American	Board	of	Pathology	and	in
Infectious	Disease	Pathology.	You	are	sorely	missed.
Gerri	—We	particularly	remember	you	as	the	consummate	educator,	whom	all	the	students	loved,	and
for	your	leadership	in	the	American	Society	for	Microbiology	and	other	national	organizations.	You,
too,	are	sorely	missed,	and	this	edition	of	this	text	would	not	have	been	possible	without	you	-	thanks.
Washington	C.	Winn	Jr,	MD,	MBA
Director,	Clinical	Microbiology	Laboratory
Fletcher	Allen	Health	Care
Professor	of	Pathology
University	of	Vermont	College	of	Medicine
Burlington,	Vermont
Stephen	D.	Allen,	MD
Professor	of	Pathology	and	Laboratory	Medicine,	Indiana	University	School	of	Medicine
Director,	Division	of	Clinical	Microbiology,	Clarian	Health—Methodist,	Indiana	University,	and	Riley
Chief,	Clinical	Microbiology	Laboratory,	Roudebush	Veterans	Affairs	Hospital
Pathologist,	Wishard	Memorial	Hospital
Indianapolis,	Indiana
Geraldine	S.	Hall,	PhD,	D(ABMM)
Section	Head,	Clinical	Microbiology
Cleveland	Clinic
Professor	of	Pathology
Cleveland	Clinic	Lerner	College	of	Medicine	of	Case	Western	Reserve	University
Cleveland,	Ohio
To	Tamera	and	London—the	best	wife	and	son	a	guy	could	have.	The	Best	of	the	Best!
Gary	W.	Procop,	MD
To	my	husband	Gord	and	family	for	all	their	support
Deirdre	L.	Church,	MD,	PhD
Thanks	for	the	support	of	my	husband
Geraldine	S.	Hall,	PhD
To	my	parents,	Robert	and	Geraldine,	my	brothers,	Robert	and	Martin,	and	to	Matthew,	my	life
William	M.	Janda,	PhD
In	recognition	of	the	ongoing	hard	work	and	dedication	of	microbiology	technologists
Elmer	W.	Koneman,	MD
I	thank	my	wife	Ann	for	her	immense	support	and	patience	during	the	prolonged	writing	phase	of	this
work	and	for	her	45-plus	years	of	steadfast	love	and	encouragement.	I	also	thank	my	son	Adam	for	his
creation	of	the	Web	ID	Program	used	for	identification	of	bacteria,	which	is	described	in	detail	in
Chapters	6	and	7	of	this	text.
Paul	C.	Schreckenberger,	PhD
In	loving	memory	of	my	father
Gail	L.	Woods,