oral thrush

oral thrush

Neonatology Infection of the infant mouth with Candida albicans. See Oral candidiasis.
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Examination revealed a relatively healthy woman with oral thrush and a rash of the lower extremities that was initially thought to be Kaposi sarcoma.
On physical examination, the patient was found to have oral thrush.
Unlike the white patches caused by oral thrush, leukoplakia patches cannot be scraped off.
as an infusion to relieve oral thrush in patients undergoing chemotherapy.
Vitamin D deficiency is associated with an increased risk of pulmonary tuberculosis (TB), oral thrush and wasting among people starting HIV therapy in Tanzania, investigators report in the online edition of the Journal of Infectious Diseases.
A: Oral thrush is a yeast infection in the mouth which often results in a whole lot of unpleasant symptoms.
Yeast infection commonly occurs in areas of the body that is warm, moist and lacks air supply, such places are the genital areas, certain skin parts, and mouth called oral thrush, arm pits, abdomen and others.
A Thrush is a common infection which many of us have heard of, however, oral thrush is a little less well-known.
Most people do not suffer problematic side-effects, although it is a good idea to rinse your mouth out after using it to avoid getting oral thrush.
Her immune system was compromised due to Hepatitis B and C, her poor nutritional status, high alcohol intake and continued use of intravenous (IV) drugs, leading to chronic vaginal and oral thrush.
from oral thrush in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) seropositive and seronegative patients.
Oral thrush can be easily diagnosed and treated by excellent assessment technique; swabbing a sample of the affected tissue on the patient's tongue; and obtaining a physician's order for oral Fluconazole or Nystatin "swish and swallow" suspension.