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candidal

(ˈkændɪdəl)
adj
relating to candida
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Candida-associated denture stomatitis is the most common form of oral candidal infection with candida albicans being the principal aetiological agent.
This platform can be used for the broad identification of fungal, candidal, and bacterial species.
Fungal endocarditis with right ventricular candidal mycetoma in a premature neonate.
Briefly, candidal suspension was prepared in normal saline and turbidity was compared to that of 0.
2001) Influence of aging on candidal growth and adhesion regulatory agents in saliva.
Overall, 97% (134,225/138,433) of invasive candidiasis-associated hospitalizations were coded as disseminated candidiasis, 3% (4,253) as candidal endocarditis, and 1% (1,321) as candidal meningitis.
Hyperplastic candidiasis or candidal leukoplakia is presented as white lesions, most commonly on buccal mucosa, although occasionally focal areas of erythema can be seen (26).
Candidal infections were more common among those treated with ixekizumab, "a finding that is consistent with the role of IL-17A in the mucocutaneous defense against fungal infections," they wrote.
The differential diagnosis at the time included candidal vaginitis and cellulitis.
A 56-year-old non-insulin dependent diabetic man initially presented with paraphimosis and candidal balanoposthitis.
Edgerton and colleagues are examining the effect of the histatin-spermidine compound on candidal infection in mice.