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Our laboratory and clinical experience with the antifungal agent miconazole



Our laboratory and clinical experience with the antifungal agent miconazole



Medicina Interna 33(6): 465-474



Sensitivity to miconazole was tested for 184 isolates of Candida (114), Geotrichum (18), Aspergillus (50) and Mucoraceae (2) from patients with deep or superficial mycoses. Of the isolates, 32 were sensitive to 0.1-1 mu g/ml, 66 to 5-10 mu g/ml. The remainder (including both mucoraceous isolates) were only slightly sensitive or resistant.

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