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An Unusual Case Report of Small Bowel Candida Overgrowth as a Cause of Diarrhea and Review of the Literature

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Friedman, M., Ramsay, D.B. & Borum, M.L. An Unusual Case Report of Small Bowel Candida Overgrowth as a Cause of Diarrhea and Review of the Literature. Dig Dis Sci 52, 679–680 (2007).

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