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Fungal meningoencephalitis. Cryptococcosis and candidiasis

The clinical picture of fibular lesions is very diverse and reflects the whole spectrum of possible CNS lesions. The type of pathogen depends on the immune status of the patient. In individuals with normal immune status, cryptococcosis is most often detected, and in immunodeficiency states, candidiasis or aspergillosis. In third world countries, fungal diseases are more common than in Europe. Coccidioidosis, […]

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Prevention and treatment of fungal diseases of the legs. Folk remedies for getting rid of fungus on the legs

Fungal diseases of the legs – mycoses, are considered one of the most common skin diseases. Mycoses affect people of any age, and there are about a hundred different species of fungi that cause this disease. The fungus that appears once on the legs is not very easy to cure, it can poison a person for a very […]

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Fungal infections. Characterization and types of fungal infections

Of the fungal infections, the most common actinomycosis is most often observed in the respiratory tract. Differentially diagnostic it is necessary to take into account all processes with chronic suppuration, mainly tuberculosis. First of all, the cervical lymph nodes (with the exception of the occipital ones), the lungs, and less commonly the cecum are affected. General symptoms correspond to […]

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Fungal lesions of the eyelid. Clinic and differentiation

Mycotic lesions of the skin of the eyelids and eye area are most often observed in childhood, adolescence and young age, i.e. at the age when it is least likely to encounter cases of cancer of the eyelids, nevertheless, they can become a source of diagnostic errors. This is due to the fact that some fungal skin […]

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Symptoms of a fungal ear disease

Fungal diseases and infections can be divided into two categories: superficial and invasive. Superficial infections are associated with colonization of the external auditory meatus and middle ear. Superficial non-invasive infections are manifested with minimal symptoms such as ear itching, discharge, unexpressed pain, this condition is often found in patients with impaired immunity after local or systemic antibacterial therapy with a decrease […]

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Fungal complications of antibiotic therapy. Candidiasis during antibiotic treatment

Of great interest is the mechanism of development of fungal and inflammatory diseases of the mucous membrane of the respiratory and digestive tracts. Antibiotics with prolonged use cause the phenomenon of dysbiosis and thereby contribute to the development of bacterial and fungal superinfection. Limited and generalized fungal diseases are observed. With limited mycoses, the mucous membranes of the oral cavity, […]

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Fungal diseases (mycoses) in children. Baby otomycosis

In recent years, an increase in the role of diseases caused by previously less etiologically significant pathogens has been noted , namely, a clear increase in fungal infection in childhood pathology. The high frequency of candidiasis in pregnant women, according to A.S. Ankirskaya, reaching 60%, is the reason for a rather massive infection of newborns during childbirth.  G. A. Samsygina points […]

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Fungal diseases as occupational diseases

Among fungal occupational diseases, aspergillosis and actinomycosis deserve special attention .   Aspergillosis is most often caused by molds Aspergillus fumigatus and niger, and these fungi are pathogenic not only for humans, but also for animals (birds, domestic animals: horses, donkeys, cows, dogs, etc.). When inhaling dust containing fungal spores, the so-called pneumomycosis develops, proceeding as bronchitis (sometimes asthmatic) and recurrent bronchopneumonia. They […]

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Fungal diseases of the lungs. Actinomycosis of the lungs

Fungal diseases can give a very colorful radiological picture, which can most likely be mixed with chronic tuberculosis processes, cancer and lymphogranulosis atosis. For all chronic, unclear processes that do not respond to sulfonamides, one should think about fungal etiology.  Actinomycosis of the lungs . It is clinically characterized by an extremely long course of secondary pneumonic processes with fever, […]