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Intragastric microflora study in patients with gastroduodenal disease

, : Intragastric microflora study in patients with gastroduodenal disease. ABCD, Arquivos Brasileiros de Cirurgia Digestiva 5(3): 63-66

Alterations in the gastric microflora were studied in 25 subjects, 19 with gastroduodenal diseases and 6 controls. Of the 19 patients, 18 had positive aerobic cultures and 6 had positive anaerobic cultures. 5 had positive cultures for Candida sp. and 5 for Streptococcus faecalis. The mean aerobic bacteria count was 1.2 x 106 CFU/ml of gastric juice, and 1.4 x 101 CFU/ml of gastric juice for anaerobic bacteria.

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