Candiduria: Epidemiology, Resistance, Classical and Alternative Antifungals Drugs

@inproceedings{Voltan2014CandiduriaER,
  title={Candiduria: Epidemiology, Resistance, Classical and Alternative Antifungals Drugs},
  author={Aline Raquel Voltan},
  year={2014}
}
with the host occurs, these same yeasts can become pathogenic, thus are considered opportunistic. This imbalance may be due to impairment of host defense mechanisms (extremes of age, underlying disease, immunosuppression) or disruption of anatomical barriers (burns, catheters or invasive surgeries) [3,4] using molecular techniques suggested that the molecular profile of yeasts that colonize the host is similar to that found in cases of infection, which can cause candidemia and consequently… CONTINUE READING

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