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New Indian Journal of Surgery

Volume  2, Issue 2, April-june 2011, Pages 64-64

 

Review Article

Study of fungal infections in malignant wound : an initial prospective study at a tertiary care centre
Chintamani Malini Capoor R.S Mohil Megha Tandon Amit Katyan VMMC & SJH
VMMC & SJH
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Abstract

Background: In recent years, there has been a global rise of fungal infections in patients with advanced cancer. Apart from Candida, other organisms especially non Candida albicans spp. (NAC) and Aspergillus spp., have become common which were earlier used to be an infrequent cause of fungal infections. With the objective of studying the pattern of fungal infections in malignant wounds, a prospective study was conducted in Safdarjung Hospital.

 


Corresponding Author : Chintamani