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Epidemiology of oropharyngeal colonization and infection due to non-Candida albicans species in HIV-infected patients



Epidemiology of oropharyngeal colonization and infection due to non-Candida albicans species in HIV-infected patients



Medicina Clinica Barcelona 112(6): 211-214



The epidemiology of colonization and infections due to non-C. albicans species (NCAS) in HIV-infected patients in different stages, who attended 2 hospitals in Alicante, Spain, during July 1996-January 1997 was studied. The prevalence and microbiology of oropharyngeal colonization and infection due to Candida spp., and fluconazole susceptibility patterns were assessed.

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