ANTIFUNGAL SUSCEPTIBILITY PROFILES AND RISK FACTORS OF VAGINAL CANDIDIASIS AMONGST FEMALE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN SOUTHWEST REGION , CAMEROON

@inproceedings{AneAnyangwe2015ANTIFUNGALSP,
  title={ANTIFUNGAL SUSCEPTIBILITY PROFILES AND RISK FACTORS OF VAGINAL CANDIDIASIS AMONGST FEMALE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN SOUTHWEST REGION , CAMEROON},
  author={Ane-Anyangwe and Henry Dilonga Meriki and Silum and Denis Zofou},
  year={2015}
}
Vaginal candidiasis (VC) is second to bacterial vaginitis, as the most common opportunistic mucosal infection that affects large numbers of otherwise healthy women of childbearing age. The incidence of VC is significantly modified by dressing patterns and aberrant health-care practices. Contemporary young women often shift their preference from skirt to trousers and leggingswhich also coincides with a rise in auto-medication and over-the-counter drugs phenomena in our communities. These could… CONTINUE READING