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Mucocutaneous Candidiasis

  • Jack D. Sobel

Abstract

Infections due to Candida species are the most common fungal infections, producing a broad range of infections. Mucocutaneous candidiasis, although rarely life threatening, is extremely common, frequently troublesome, and a major problem in compromised hosts.

Keywords

Candida Species Bacterial Vaginosis Candida Glabrata Vaginal Candidiasis Oropharyngeal Candidiasis 
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