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MYCOLOGY OF OTOMYCOSIS IN A TERTIARY CARE TEACHING HOSPITAL.

Haja Abdul Nazeer, Shaik Khaja Mohiddin, Siva Subbarao Pakanati.

Abstract
High incidence of otomycosis have been encountered in tropical countries. In our study, Aspergillus species was found to be the commonest fungi involved in otomycosis. Laboratory diagnosis is important to know the exact etiology of otomycosis to institute appropriate antifungal therapy.

Key words: Aspergillus, Candida, Clinical features, Predisposing factors.



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