Treatment of fungal infections. Infections of skin or mucous membranes may be treated with topical or vaginal preparations. Deep-seated or systemic infections require oral or parenteral therapy. Lipid-based formulations of amphotericin employ lipid encapsulation technology designed to ↓ nephrotoxicity.
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