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Synonyms for candidiasis

an infection caused by fungi of the genus Monilia or Candida (especially Candida albicans)

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Biopharmaceutical company Sosei Group Corporation (TSE:4565) said on Wednesday that it plans to introduce the ORAVI Mucoadhesive Tablets in 50mg in Japan for the treatment of oropharyngeal candidiasis (OPC).
Candida albicans appears to be the cause for 80 to 92 percent of vulvovaginal candidiasis (6).
When the candida yeast spreads in the mouth and throat, it causes an infection called oral thrush, or oropharyngeal candidiasis. When it grows too much in the genitals, it is known as a yeast infection or genital candidiasis.
* To evaluate the safety and efficacy of a single 300 mg dose of Sertaconazole vaginal pessary in the treatment of uncomplicated vaginal candidiasis.
Increasing resistance to candidiasis treatment has potentially serious implications for the management of infections and it is an emerging public health problem.
Oral manifestation of diabetes are burning sensations, candidiasis, dental caries, periodontal disease (gingivitis and periodontitis), lichen planus, neurosensory dysaesthesia, salivary dysfunction, xerostomia and halitosis.
This double-blind clinical trial was conducted on married women aged between 25 and 35 years with vaginal candidiasis that were referred to the Gynaecology Clinic of Hajar Hospital in 2015.
Direct microscopy is widely used in laboratories to diagnose candidiasis. It enables an accurate diagnosis with a noninvasive and painless sampling method, particularly well-suited to young patients.
Immunosupressed patients are more susceptible to opportunistic infections, especially those that affect the oral cavity, such as oral candidiasis (8).
Most nurses will recognize Candida as the fungal genus of such treatable infections as thrush, candidiasis, or more commonly "yeast infections." However, an emerging antibiotic-resistant species, Candida auris, was previously not reported in the United States until 2013.
Comparing the effects of Calendula officinalis and clotrimazole on vaginal Candidiasis: A randomized controlled trial.
Keywords: Chronic renal failure, Candidiasis, Non-albicans Candida, Candiduria, Antifungal resistance.
Background: Oral candidiasis is known as an infection that not only causes various oral symptoms but also affects the entire body.
Although candidemia has been described as the most common manifestation of invasive candidiasis, deep-seated infections of organs or other sites, such as the liver, spleen, heart valves, or eye, might also occur after a bloodstream infection and persist after clearance of fungi from the bloodstream (1,7).