prevalence and phenotypic evaluation of candida dubliniensis in pregnant women with vulvovaginal candidosis in a university hospital in ankara.candida dubliniensis is very similar to candida albicans in terms of genotypic and phenotypic characteristics. as the hormonal milieu of the vagina during pregnancy, characterised by a lack of maternal cell-mediated immunity, enhances candida colonisation and serves as a risk factor for symptomatic expression, investigation into the isolation of c. dubliniensis in vaginal discharges of pregnant women with vulvovaginal candidosis was made. a total of 77 candida isolates obtained from 60 patients ...200717302742
[evaluation of the epidemiological, clinical and laboratory findings in continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis related peritonitis attacks].the aims of this study were to assess epidemiological features, clinical outcomes, laboratory findings, causative organisms and treatment approach for continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (capd) -related peritonitis cases. a total of 50 patients (35 male, 15 female; age range: 18-83 years, mean age: 49 +/-17 years) with capd related peritonitis treated in infectious diseases and clinical microbiology department of ankara training and research hospital between february-july 2006 were enrolle ...200818697423
intrauterine devices (iuds) and their complications (clinical evaluation of 2013 women with iud in-situ).iud related events were evaluated at the department of obstetrics and gynecology, hacettepe university in ankara, turkey. the study population included 2213 fertile, healthy women who had an iud in situ. the age range was 17-48 years. all iuds were lippes loop, size c and d, and they were inserted by an experienced physician and nurse on the 5th day of menstruation. the follow-up time was 1 year in 2013 women with iuds. there was no follow-up on 200 women who were excluded from the study. ...198212267258
initial candida dubliniensis isolate in candida spp. positive haemocultures in turkey between 2001 and 2004.candida dubliniensis which was first recognized in 1995 can be easily misidentified because of its phenotypic similarities with candida albicans. in this study blood samples of patients from various departments of ankara university medical faculty between january 2001-june 2004 were investigated for the distribution of candida spp. and the presence of c. dubliniensis. culture positive 67 fungi were included to the study. phenotypic tests such as chlamydospore formation, colony morphology on stai ...200616367821
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