diarrhoea associated with candida spp.: incidence and seasonal study the incidence and seasonal variation of diarrhoea associated with candida, 978 diarrhoeal stool specimens from patients of all age groups were examined by microscopy and culture. candida spp. was the sole pathogen (unassociated with other diarrhoeagenic bacteria, protozoa, or helminths) in 15.3% of the total cases. candida albicans (94.9%) was the predominant species isolated. the incidence was highest among the infants aged 0-12 months (37.1%), followed by a decline in the rest of the ...19968870405
prevalence of candida species and potential risk factors for vulvovaginal candidiasis in aligarh, india.the objectives were to determine the frequency of candida species in women of different age groups as well as to suggest the criteria for the diagnosis of vulvovaginal candidiasis (vvc).200919261369
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