Vaginopathic and proteolytic Candida species in outpatients attending a gynaecology clinic.

@article{Agatensi1991VaginopathicAP,
  title={Vaginopathic and proteolytic Candida species in outpatients attending a gynaecology clinic.},
  author={L Agatensi and Fabrizia Franchi and Francesca Mondello and R L Bevilacqua and T. Ceddia and Flavia de Bernardis and Antonio Cassone},
  journal={Journal of clinical pathology},
  year={1991},
  volume={44 10},
  pages={826-30}
}
Non-pregnant, non-diabetic outpatients were examined for the presence of pathogenic vaginal yeasts to determine if a correlation existed between a specific yeast and clinical disease. Yeasts were isolated as single vaginal species from 186 of 228 subjects with clinically diagnosed candidal vaginitis, as well as from 122 out of 380 asymptomatic, age-matched controls. Apart from Candida albicans and C glabrata, other prevalent species were C krusei, C parapsilosis and Saccharomyces cerevisiae… CONTINUE READING

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