Systemic candidiasis

What is Systemic candidiasis?

Systemic candidiasis is an infection of Candida albicans causing disseminated disease and sepsis, invariably when host defenses are compromised.

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Hello , 2 weeks back I noticed white deposits on the tongue , from internet I learned that its yeast candida overgrowth, upon reading further about...

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My daughter has been diagnosed with systemic (in the blood) candida infection. She has begun treatment with Nystatin. I have read that Nystatin is...

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