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Isolation of fungi and Nocardia in various broncho-pulmonary diseases

Isolation of fungi and Nocardia in various broncho-pulmonary diseases

Journal of the Association of Physicians of India 32(10): 855-857

Fungi, including Candida albicans from 29, Aspergillus fumigatus from 6, A. niger from 9, Alternaria from 3, Helminthosporium from 2, Geotrichum from 2, Mucor from 1 and Rhizopus from 1, were cultured from sputum of 53% of 82 patients with various bronchopulmonary diseases and from 10% of throat swabs from 20 normal individuals (2 C. albicans). N sp. was not isolated.

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