a term usually referring to a candidiasis infection
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Our Yeast infection Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Yeast infection Yeast infection: Overgrowth of yeast can affect the skin (yeast rash), mouth (thrush), digestive tract, esophagus, vagina (vaginitis), and other parts of the body. Yeast infections occur most frequently in moist areas of the body. Althou
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Synonym for candidiasis ... <gastroenterology, microbiology, oncology> Infection with a fungus of the genus Candida. ... It is usually a superficial infection of the moist cutaneous areas of the body and is generally caused by Candida albicans, it most commonly involves the skin (dermatocandidiasis), oral mucous membranes (oral candidiasis),
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An infection of the vagina that is caused by a type of yeast called Candida albicans. Yeast infections are more common during the second trimester of pregnancy. A yeast infection occurs when the normal levels of acid and yeast in the vagina are out of balance, which allows yeast to overgrow. Symptoms of a yeast infection include itching, burnin...
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yeast infection: see candidiasis.
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Yeast overgrowth can result in yeast rash of the skin, thrush in the mouth, esophagus, digestive tract, vagina, and elsewhere in the body. Infections caused by yeast usually occur in moist parts of the body.
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