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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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Guideline vulvovaginal candidosis (2010) of the german society for gynecology and obstetrics, the working group for infections and infectimmunology in gynecology and obstetrics, the german society of dermatology, the board of german dermatologists and the german speaking mycological society.
Guideline vulvovaginal candidosis (2010) of the German society for gynecology and obstetrics, the working group for infections and infectimmunology in gynecology and obstetrics, the germansociety of dermatology, the board of german dermatologists and the german speaking mycological society.
Biotyping of Candida strains with regard to the epidemiology of candidosis. A practical approach.
A hot and humid climate can also accentuate the incidence of skin candidosis. Yeasts were more common on moist areas of skin such as the axillae, groins and toe clefts than on dry skin (Abu-Elteen, 1999; Quandt et al., 2005).
The following patients were excluded from the study: patients who were immunosuppressed (including those who had undergone preoperative chemoand/or radiotherapy); patients with chronic and/or recurrent skin or mucosal fungal infections, such as intertrigo/oral candidosis, who were treated with antifungal therapy one month prior to hospital admission or who were known carriers of a fungal infection; and patients who had been hospitalized for more than one month prior to the upper GIT surgical procedure.
Candida albicans is renowned as the leading fungal pathogen of oral candidosis, which manifests in a variety of clinical guises ranging from common denture associated infections in otherwise healthy individuals to systemic infections in human immunodeficiency virus disease [8, 9].
Sezgin, "Oral candidosis, denture cleanliness and hygiene habits in an elderly population," Aging Clinical and Experimental Research, vol.
The incidence of caries, periodontal disease, and candidosis may be increased in individuals with elevated blood glucose levels [8, 9].
Patient and doctor preferences in the treatment of vaginal candidosis. Practitioner.
[38.] Odds FC (1988) Candida and candidosis. (2ndedn), Baillie're Tindall, London.
It is also known by other names such as candidosis, moniliasis, and oidiomycosis.
In otherwise healthy individuals, oral candidosis rarely manifests in the gingiva.
Vaca, "Frequency and expression of ALS and HWP1 genotypes in Candida albicans strains isolated from Mexican patients suffering from vaginal candidosis," Mycoses, vol.