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candidal

(ˈkændɪdəl)
adj
relating to candida
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Past medical history included one episode of candidal esophagitis that was successfully treated with fluconazole.
A white lesion was also observed in one patient and was diagnosed as candidal thrush.
Emergence of non-albicans Candida among candidal vulvovaginitis cases and study of their potential virulence factors, from a tertiary care center, North India.
Homogeneous in appearance, lesions are discretely demarcated and notably lack satellite lesions, unlike in candidal intertrigo.
In our study common skin disorders associated with diabetes were acrochordons (17.7%), xerosis (13.7%), candidal infection (10.3%), dermatophytic infections (9%), eczemas (6.3%), acanthosis (5.3%), diabetic foot (4.7%), pityriasis versicolor (4.7%), xanthelasma (3.7%) and vitiligo (2.3%).
Our findings showed that cyclosporine in combination with hydrocortisone acetate provoked oral candidal lesions in all the rats (100%) after 5 days without affecting systemic candidiasis.
Diaper rash is due to the irritating effect of altered faces and urine when the diaper is not changed promptly, and of course, superimposed Candidal (yeast) infection.
Site, symptomatology and the duration of candidal infection that appeared after immunosuppressive therapy were recorded.
Some local factors, such as contact allergens, prostheses, caffeine intake, smoking, presence of xerostomia or candidal infections, and consumption of hot and spicy food, have been emphasized (10-13).
This platform can be used for the broad identification of fungal, candidal, and bacterial species.