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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 48, Number 4, July 2005

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Primary frontal sinus aspergillosis: an uncommon occurrence
pp. 235-237(3)
Authors: Panda, Naresh Kumar; Ekambar Eshwara Reddy, C.

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Two cases of cutaneous cryptococcosis
pp. 238-241(4)
Authors: Xiujiao, Xia; Ai'e, Xu

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Identification of Malassezia species from Tunisian patients with pityriasis versicolor and normal subjects
pp. 242-245(4)
Authors: Salah, S. Ben; Makni, F.; Marrakchi, S.; Sellami, H.; Cheikhrouhou, F.; Bouassida, S.; Zahaf, A.; Ayadi, A.

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Candidaemia in an Irish tertiary referral hospital: epidemiology and prognostic factors
pp. 251-259(9)
Authors: Boo, T. W.; O'Reilly, B.; O'Leary, J.; Cryan, B.

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Dermatophytoses in forestry workers and farmers
pp. 260-264(5)
Authors: Sahin, Idris; Kaya, Demet; Parlak, Ali Haydar; Oksuz, Sukru; Behcet, Mustafa

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An outbreak of Pichia ohmeri infection in the paediatric intensive care unit: case reports and review of the literature
pp. 265-269(5)
Authors: Otag, Feza; Kuyucu, Necdet; Erturan, Zayre; Sen, Sebahat; Emekdas, Gurol; Sugita, Takashi

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Disseminated cryptococcosis in a human immunodeficiency virus-negative patient: a case report
pp. 270-274(5)
Authors: Kokturk, Nurdan; Ekim, Numan; Kervan, Firdes; Arman, Dilek; Memis, Leyla; Çaglar, Kayhan; Kalkanci, Ayse; Demircan, Sedat; Kurul, Cuneyt; Akyurek, Nalan

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