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Few authors have tried to describe the therapeutic modalities used to treat fungal infections, largely because relatively few antifungal agents are available, serious fungal infections develop infrequently, and these illnesses are confined to referral medical centers. Changes in medical care, particularly in care for complications resulting from technologic advances in medicine, have made fungal infections common and have made this book very timely.
The authors are noted experts with both research and practical experience in treating the diseases they discuss. Although the format is largely successful, several editorial deficiencies are apparent. Chapter authors describe the mechanism of action and the
Antifungal Drug Therapy: A Complete Guide for the Practitioner. Ann Intern Med. 1991;114:998. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-114-11-998_2
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