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2018 Month : January Volume : 7 Issue : 4 Page : 424-428

PREVALENCE OF CANDIDA AND SALIVARY FLOW RATES IN ORAL SUBMUCOSAL FIBROSIS PATIENTS.

Siddharth Panditray1, Kamalini Bepari2, Sunil Kumar Sahu3, Shrabani Palai4, Deepakraj V5

1Postgraduate Resident, Department of ENT and Head Neck Surgery, VIMSAR, Burla.
2Assistant Professor, Department of ENT and Head Neck Surgery, VIMSAR, Burla.
3Postgraduate Resident, Department of Microbiology, VIMSAR, Burla.
4Postgraduate Resident, Department of SPM, MKCG, MCH, Berhampur.
5Postgraduate Resident, Department of ENT and Head Neck Surgery, VIMSAR, Burla.

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