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Phycomycosis of the kidney associated with a transient immune defect and treated with clotrimazole

, : Phycomycosis of the kidney associated with a transient immune defect and treated with clotrimazole. Journal of Urology 111(6): 732-734

A case is reported. The fungus was cultured (but not identified) from the urine and the affected kidney removed surgically.


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