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Comparative analysis between qualitative and quantitative features of orofaringeal and tracheo-bronchial bacterial flora in normal subject



Comparative analysis between qualitative and quantitative features of orofaringeal and tracheo-bronchial bacterial flora in normal subject



Annali Sclavo; Rivista di Microbiologia E di Immunologia 18(2): 194-197



In 28 subjects surely without tracheo-bronchial phlogosis it had been observed that the trachea and the bronchi are mostly sterile, only rarely there is a normal bacterial flora. In the mouth and in the pharynx there is instead, almost always, normal bacterial flora and only exceptionally potentially pathogenous strains at a concentration inferior to 10(7).

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