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1125 inhabitants of 2 homes for aged people were tested for bacteriuria by dip slides. Increasing of age did not lead to higher frequency of bacteriuria, neither in women (n = 869), nor in men (n = 256). The persons were divided in the 4 decades of being 61--70, 71--80, 81--90, and 91--99 years old. The corresponding rates of bacteriuria (greater than or(More)
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