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Find and neutralize: how to prevent fungus from ruining the summer

Mycoses (fungal skin lesions), as a rule, are activated precisely in the summer. Moreover, both children and adults are susceptible to them. Such diseases cause a lot of inconvenience and do not go away without special treatment. Why do fungi love warm weather so much? Symptoms of superficial mycoses According to the World Health Organization, 20% of all […]

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Fungal sore throat: features and treatment

Most often, sore throat is caused by bacteria: staphylococci and streptococci. But sometimes fungi, most often from the genus Candida , become the cause of the disease . Treatment of each type of sore throat requires a special approach.      Causative agents of the disease Candida fungi are always present in the body. They become pathogenic only if special conditions are created for this. It is considered to be the provoking factors:  […]

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Fungal and bacterial sinusitis

Inflammation of the maxillary sinuses is called sinusitis. Depending on the type of pathogen, the disease can be fungal or bacterial. Fungal sinusitis Fungal sinusitis is a fungal infection of the maxillary sinus. Domestic plants, among other things, can provoke the appearance of the disease. The fact is that certain indoor flowers release microscopic spores into the air, which can […]

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Fungal tonsillitis or tonsillomycosis in a child: where does mom’s thrush come from?

Angina is a common childhood disease. In medical language, it is called acute tonsillitis, and most often it is caused by bacteria. Various staphylococci and streptococci can easily get on the nasopharyngeal mucosa and cause inflammation. However, in addition to pathogenic bacteria, fungi can also cause angina. Including those that are guilty of vaginal thrush and nipple candidiasis. Such […]

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Fungal otitis media: symptoms of infection

Otomycosis , or fungal otitis media, is a fairly common phenomenon. According to doctors, approximately every fifth inhabitant of the Earth is susceptible to various kinds of fungal infections, and about 27% of children and almost 19% of adults suffer from otomycosis . Of course, fungal infections are most often associated with nails, but fungi have a wide range of activities. Therefore, […]

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Why is nail fungus dangerous for a child: rubrophytosis that affects the skin

Fungal infections (mycoses) are not uncommon in childhood. Kids bring them from kindergarten, sandbox, school and various circles. Mycoses account for up to 40% of all visits to a dermatologist. It would seem that a fungal infection is not such a terrible disease and, as a maximum, it will end with a deformation of the nail or a […]

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What diseases can shortness of breath speak of?

Breathing is a physiological process that normally does not require additional efforts from a person. Inhalation and exhalation are done automatically with the desired frequency and duration. With shortness of breath (dyspnea), a person feels chest discomfort, the frequency of respiratory movements increases, they become deeper, sometimes impetuous. In some cases, for example, after intense physical exertion, this […]

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Itching

Itching is an unpleasant sensation on the skin or mucous membrane of the body. It is expressed in tingling, irritation, sometimes burning, and causes an urgent need to scratch the affected area. Most often, itching occurs when discomfort occurs on the surface of the skin due to dermatological and allergic diseases, insect bites, during the healing of […]