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Mykosen der inneren Organe

  • T. Wegmann
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Part of the Ergebnisse der Inneren Medizin und Kinderheilkunde book series (KINDERHEILK. NF, volume 8)

Zusammenfassung

In Mitteleuropa sind Krankheitsbilder, welche durch eine Pilzinfektion hervorgerufen werden — abgesehen von den Dermatosen — relativ selten. Eine Ausnahme davon bilden die sogenannten sekundären Mykosen, welche als Folgen eines kachektisierenden Grundleidens oder im Anschluß an antibiotische Therapie auftreten. Aber erst der Riesen verbrauch an Antibiotica hat es mit sich gebracht, daß wir die Superinfektion mit Pilzen näher kennen lernten. Soorkomplikationen leichter Art, wie z. B. Soor der Mundhöhle, der Vagina usw. oder schwerer Art wie Soor des Respirations- oder Urogenitaltraktes oder Soorpyämie nach antibiotischer Behandlung sind bekannte Erscheinungen. In zahlreichen Beobachtungen kommt es aber nur zu einer Zunahme der Soorpilze ohne Krankheitswert und somit ohne klinische Bedeutung.

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  • T. Wegmann
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  1. 1.Krankenhauses vom Roten KreuzZürichSwitzerland

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