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monilial

 [mo-nil´e-al]
pertaining to or caused by Monilia (Candida).
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

mo·nil·i·al

(mō-nil'ē-ăl),
Precisely, pertaining to the Monilia, but, in medicine, frequently used incorrectly with reference to the genus Candida.
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monilial

(mə-nĭl′ē-əl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or caused by a fungus of the genus Candida (formerly Monilia): monilial infections.
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monilial

adjective Relating to Candida species.
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monilial

adjective Relating to Candida spp
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

mo·nil·i·al

(mō-nil'ē-ăl)
Pertaining to the genus Candida (formerly grouped with the genus Monilia).
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With the addition of nystatin its use is extended to monilial infections as well.
Proper positioning of the infant's mouth on the nipple to avoid trauma has been described in detail else-where.(31)(33)(34) Engorgement and monilial infections of the nipple may also contribute to nipple soreness.
Monilial infection was seen in 9 cases but none had PV.12 Among 100 consecutive diabetes mellitus patients attending the diabetic clinic of a hospital in New Delhi fungal infections were seen in 21 dermatophytoses in 11 and candidiasis in 10 and not a single case with PV was detected.13 In another 100 diabetic patients from Jammu India candidal and dermatophytic infections were seen in 10% and 8% respectively but not a single case of PV detected.14
Infant Medical Diagnoses Listed After Birth Diagnoses Frequency % Otitis media 18 12.4 Thrush 18 12.4 Upper respiratory tract infection 17 11.7 Monilial diaper rash 10 6.9 Developmental delay 8 5.5 Asthma/bronchiolitis 6 4.1 Gastroesophagael reflux 5 3.4 Failure to thrive 5 3.4 Gastroenteritis 4 2.8 Cardiac deficit 3 2.1 Components of the nursing care plan are listed in Table 7.
He had a monilial rash involving the groin area and several scattered red-brown, slightly raised lesions over both tibial areas and one lesion superior to the umbilicus.