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Oesophageal candidiasis

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Candidial oesophagitis is not uncommon.

Most commonly it is a secondary infection. Patients who are immune-suppressed or on wide-spectrum antibiotics have a much higher chance of being infected.

This condition may be treated with fluconazole.

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