Unveiling the microscopic world of medicine.
The study of microorganisms that cause diseases in humans and their role in medicine.
Not all bacteria are harmful. Some are essential for our health!
Viruses can cause diseases but are also used in therapies and vaccines.
From antibiotics to infections, fungi play a diverse role.
Some parasites can live inside us without causing harm, while others can cause diseases.
Modern techniques help identify the exact microbe causing an illness.
Antibiotics, antivirals, and other drugs target specific microbes.
Vaccines and hygiene practices can prevent many microbial diseases.