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Fungal infections in AIDS patients

, : Fungal infections in AIDS patients. Japanese Journal of Medical Mycology 35(3): 241-245

The incidence of fungal infection in AIDS patients is discussed. Candida is the most frequent isolate, although most infections are usually superficial and can be successfully treated with fluconazole.


DOI: 10.3314/jjmm.35.241

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