Candida albicans

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Synonyms for Candida albicans

a parasitic fungus that can infect the mouth or the skin or the intestines or the vagina

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Table-3: In vitro susceptibilities of 87 candidal isolates to nine antifungal agents.
Among fungal infections, candidal infection was most commonly reported (10.3%) followed by dermatophytic infection (9%) and pityriasis versicolor (4.7%), while among bacterial infections, folliculitis (3.7%) and furuncle (2.7%) were mainly reported.
It is not itchy and is generally believed not to bother an infant except there is a superimposed Candidal rash (yeast infection).
Inpatient hospital discharge records were extracted by using codes from the International Classification of Diseases, 9th revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM), for invasive candidiasis, specifically those records with disseminated candidiasis (code 112.5), candidal endocarditis (code 112.81), and candidal meningitis (code 112.83) listed anywhere in primary or secondary diagnostic fields.
There were no candidal plaques, probably because she was under antifungal treatment at the time of examination.
The patient was started empirically on oral fluconazole 400mg/day for presumed candidal infection.
Various etiologies for verrucous growth in odontogenic lesions proposed thus far include the presence of HPV (human papillomavirus), candidal infection, and the habit of tobacco consumption as these factors have correlated well with oral mucosal verrucous lesions [4].
Over the last few decades, the increasing incidence of candidal infections due to C.
Addy, "Candidal carriage and plaque distribution before, during and after removable orthodontic appliance therapy," Journal of Clinical Periodontology, vol.
Sili et al., "Candidal psoas abscess following persistent pyuria in a renal transplant recipient," International Urology and Nephrology, vol.
Non candidal fungal infections of the mouth medication.
We limited hospitalizations in which Candida organisms had been identified to deep-seated infections, including candidiasis of the lung, disseminated candidiasis, candidal endocarditis, meningitis, esophagitis, and enteritis.