Candidiasis Hypersensitivity Syndrome

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A controversial condition attributed to an overgrowth of Candida albicans on mucosae, especially of in the vagina and GI tract
Aetiology Candidiasis hypersensitivity syndrome has been linked to various agents, ranging from overuse of antibiotics to oral contraceptives and pregnancy
Diagnosis Based on a questionnaire, rather than blood or tissue studies
Management Nystatin
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(The story is detailed in his books, The Missing Diagnosis and its sequel.) William Crook, MD, dedicated his career, after reading Truss's work, to the treatment of yeast, which he wrote about in The Yeast Connection. My use of the term, the yeast syndrome, derives from the book of the same title written by John Trowbridge, MD, and Morton Walker, DPM.
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