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Chronic mucocutaneous candidosis: a review


, : Chronic mucocutaneous candidosis: a review. Mycopathologia 60(1): 17-25

This review includes clinical aspects of the infection, immunological abnormalities, the role of zinc and iron deficiency and therapy.

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PMID: 796726

DOI: 10.1007/bf00442543


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