Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 103, Issue 3, pp 418–420 | Cite as

Cytohistological mechanisms of development of mucosal candidiasis after treatment with a steroid-containing aerosol

  • V. L. Bykov
  • E. V. Velichko
Morphology and Pathomorphology

Key Words

candidiasis oral cavity corticosteroids pathogenesis adhesion 


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  • V. L. Bykov
  • E. V. Velichko

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