A case series of the management of symptomatic azole-resistant candida
International Journal of STD & AIDS, 06/12/2012Challenor R et al.
Patients with symptomatic azole–resistant Candida albicans or non–albicans candida are difficult to manage. Treatment is largely anecdotal due to the relatively small number of patients. They present six case reports which highlight the own observation in clinical practice including four patients who were treated successfully with topical amphotericin B/flucytosine vaginal gel for 14 days.
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