candidal


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candidal

(ˈkændɪdəl)
adj
relating to candida
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The patient developed a low-grade fever postoperatively due to atelectasis and also developed candidal bacteriuria on POD 3, but was discharged on POD 5.
As candidal colonization of the esophagus is common in HIV-infected individuals with low CD4 counts, candida may be suspected but cannot be proven, as the definitive etiology of bronchoesophageal fistula in our patient.
In a secondary candidal infection there will be defined redness round the perianal skin which may involve the perineum.
It colonizes the wound site in burn patients, causing mortality in 73% of bone marrow recipients (33) and there is evidence of invasive candidal infections in patients with hematological malignances due to intensive myelosuppressive chemotherapy (34).
2] laser therapy is associated with decreased rates of post-procedure infection, infections such as herpes simplex virus, bacterial, and candidal infections have been reported (8-10).
Familiar examples of localized Candida infections are oral thrush and vulvovaginal candidiasis, while candidal esophagitis and disseminated Candida fungemia represent invasive and systemic manifestations.
Most common sites of infection for diabetes are the skin (staphylococcal, superficial fungal, oral and genital candidal infection and cellulitis) and urinary tract.
Anti candidal activity of Echinophora platyloba against candida albicans and comparison with Amphotricin].
The commonest cause of dysphagia in patients with AIDS is candidal oesophagitis.
Candidal carriage in the oral cavity of human immunodeficiency virus-infected subjects.
Most reported candidal infections are localized; reports describe cloacal infections in geese (Anser species), (23) respiratory lesions in a blue and gold macaw (Ara ararauna), (24) lameness in a bluefronted Amazon (Amazona aestiva), (25) foot lesions in a mute swan (Cygnus olor), (26) ocular candidiasis in ornamental ducks (Anas species), (27) ocular ulcers in toco toucans (Ramphastos toco), (28) and skin lesions in a cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus).