Candidal infection is uncommon in acute oesophagitis: evidence from a non-selected DGH population.

@article{Baldwin2000CandidalII,
  title={Candidal infection is uncommon in acute oesophagitis: evidence from a non-selected DGH population.},
  author={Lindsay Baldwin and David N Poller},
  journal={Journal of clinical pathology},
  year={2000},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={84}
}
Mucosal candida infection of the lower oesophagus is unusual except in certain groups of patients who are either immuno-suppressed or who have other recognised causes of candidal infection. 1 Invasive oesophageal candidiasis occurs most often in the immunosuppressed, occurring in 10– 20% of patients with myeloproliferative disorders or leukaemia and in up… CONTINUE READING