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High-potency nystatin (mycostatin) vaginal cream vs. clotrimazole (canesten) vaginal tablets in vulvovaginal candidiasis



High-potency nystatin (mycostatin) vaginal cream vs. clotrimazole (canesten) vaginal tablets in vulvovaginal candidiasis



Current Therapeutic Research 26(1): 109-113



Eight patients with vulvovaginal Candida albicans infection were treated for 7 days with nystatin cream.

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