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Miconazole, an antimycotic agent was administered to 23 patients with mycosis associated with severe hematological diseases or with pyrexia suspected as being mycotic in order to examine its clinical and side-effects. Subjects were 9 cases of pulmonary mycosis or mycotic pneumonia, 1 case of Candida esophagitis and 13 cases of suspected mycotic sepsis. Miconazole was given by drip infusion2 or 3 times a day at a dose of 200 to 400 mg. Clinical results were remarkably effective in 2, effectivedoi:10.11250/chemotherapy1953.36.19 fatcat:7qjb2ncg5bghzou5bpbt4755wi