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candidal

/can·di·dal/ (kan´di-d'l) pertaining to or caused by Candida.
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A candidal infection is the first clinical sign of HIV infection, presence of oral candidiasis without a local cause such as xerostomia or therapy with antimicrobials, corticosteroids or other immune suppressive drugs in a person who otherwise appears healthy should prompt investigation into lifestyle and other factors pertaining to the risk of HIV infection.
Her NICU course was significant for bilateral grade 2 intraventricular hemorrhages and suspected candidal pneumonia treated with Amphotericin B and Fluconazole with resolution.
5) It involves compromised immunity or the presence of other obvious predisposing factors that cause candidal infection of the lips.
Secretor status, candidal carriage and candidal infection in patients with diabetes mellitus.
Comparision of antifungal effect of fluconazole alone and in combination with nanosilver particles against candida species isolated from chronic candidal vulvovaginitis.
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.
Identification of Candida spp: Significant candidal growth was defined as presence of pure or predominant growth of Candida spp on fungal culture media from HVS.
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.
3] Fluconazole is a triazole antifungal agent commonly used in the treatment of dermatophytic and candidal infections with side effects such as nausea and liver enzyme elevations.
Antifungal resistance of candidal biofilms formed on denture acrylic in vitro.