antimycotic


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antimycotic

 [an″ti-mi-kot´ik]
antifungal (def. 1).
antifungal agent.

an·ti·my·cot·ic

(an'tē-mī-kot'ik),
Antagonistic to fungi.
Synonym(s): antifungal
[anti- + G. mykēs, fungus]

antimycotic

/an·ti·my·cot·ic/ (-mi-kot´ik) antifungal.

antimycotic

an·ti·my·cot·ic

(an'tē-mī-kot'ik)
Antagonistic to fungi.
[anti- + G. mykēs, fungus]

antimycotic

A drug used in the treatment of fungus infections.

an·ti·my·cot·ic

(an'tē-mī-kot'ik)
Antagonistic to fungi.
Synonym(s): antifungal.
[anti- + G. mykēs, fungus]

antimycotic

destructive to fungi.
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State-of-the-art antimycotics such as carposfungin (an inhibitor of p-glucan synthesis) showed a reduction in lesions, but when the treatment was stopped the growth of the lesions restarted (21); combinations of itraconazole and terbinafine or voriconazole and terbinafine showed some degree of success in comparison with isolates of P.
Antimycotic activities of Cinnamon-derived compounds against Rhizoctonia solani in vitro.
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Topical antimycotic agents may be sufficient to treat onychomycosis in certain situations.
This role of a cosmetic and antimycotic has been reported by others (Itani 1973).
We speculate this increasing detection of non-albicans Candida species is probably related to the widespread and inappropriate use of antimycotic treatments (self-medication, long-term maintenance treatments and repeated treatments for candidosis episodes) (1).
To date, there is little evidence to support this, despite the fact that its antioxidant effect is well documented, and there are other characteristics attributed to rosmarinic acid, such as anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antimycotic properties, which make it a valuable ingredient for cosmeceutical products.
In addition to pursuing prescription antifungal formulations such as SinuNase for severe chronic sinusitis, we are also evaluating the commercialization of non-prescription, over-the-counter formulations with the requisite antimycotic activity for more mildly affected patients.
Antimycotic activity against Saprolegnia ferax of extracts of Artemisia verlotorum and Santolina etrusca.