Non-Albicans Candiduria: An Emerging Threat.

@inproceedings{Goyal2016NonAlbicansCA,
  title={Non-Albicans Candiduria: An Emerging Threat.},
  author={Rahul Kumar Goyal and Hiba M. Sami and Vashishth Mishra and Rajesh Bareja and Rabindra Nath Behara},
  year={2016}
}
Article history: Received on: 04/01/2016 Revised on: 08/02/2016 Accepted on: 22/02/2016 Available online: 30/03/2016 Objective: The incidence of Candida has been on rise worldwide. Clinicians face dilemma in differentiating colonization from true candiduria. The species identification of Candida is important, as non albicans Candida species are increasing in number and more resistant to antifungal drugs. Material and methods: The present study was conducted at a tertiary care teaching hospital… CONTINUE READING

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