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Study Of Oropharyngeal Candidiasis In HIV Infected Patients

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Dr. Nishasingh Dr. S S Raut and Dr. Vikashkumar
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Candida occurs as normal oral commensal in 20 colonization rate increases dramatically to 81.3% on an average Oropharyngeal candidiasis occurs when CD4 count is 200 candidiasis occur in HIV infecte (oropharyngeal and oesophageal) in HIV infected patients and to correlate them with CD4+ T lymphocyte count. Method study. Identi stain, cultural character on Saboraud dextrose agar, germ tube test, morphology on corn meal agar, colour difference on CHROM agar and sugar assimilation test. Findings candidiasis was 75.91%. with majority of the patients belonged to age group 31 female ratio was 1.93: 1 . 63.47% of patients belonged to Stage 4 of WHO clinical staging. Candida albicans was the most common species iso of which most common was C. tropicalis 32.61%, C. krusei 5.17%, C. parapsilosis 3.45%, C. glabrata 2.87%, C.kefyr 1.72%, C.dubliniesis 1.72% and C. guillermondii 1.15%. Conclusion Oropharyngeal C Candida albicans continues to be the common and important pathogen among the Candida species there is a increase in the incidence of non Candida krusei, Candida tropicalis and Candida glabrata. -50% of Indian population. But in HIV infection the -500 cell/mm3, with fall in CD4 count to <200 cells/mm3 oesophageal d patients Aim- To identify and characterize Candida species - Two twenty two hundred HIV positive cases were selected for this fication of Candida species was done by conventional standard techniques using Gram’s lated 52.31%. Non Candida albicans isolates were 47.69% andida colonization remains common in HIV-infected individuals, even with ART. -Candida albicans species like Candida du - The prevalence of - 45 years. Male to - blinienses,

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