mycosis

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mycosis:

see fungal infectionfungal infection,
infection caused by a fungus (see Fungi), some affecting animals, others plants. Fungal Infections of Human and Animals

Many fungal infections, or mycoses, of humans and animals affect only the outer layers of skin, and although they are sometimes
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mycosis

[mī′kō·səs]
(medicine)
An infection with or a disease caused by a fungus.
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Some have correlated consumption of fatty foods to asthma, and it is possible that some of those people actually have an undiagnosed mycotic infection (perhaps from Aspergillus).
Actually, researchers have concluded that many people who think that they have food allergies actually have acid reflux (59) and the reality is that many with acid reflux actually have a mycotic infection as the real cause.
2) Mycotic infections of the larynx tend to arise, though not exclusively, in immunocompromised hosts and also tend to occur as a result of dissemination of the organism.
61) While there was no difference in the risk of urinary tract infection, genital mycotic infection, or osmotic diuresis-related AEs, there were more volume depletion-related AEs (eg, dizziness and hypotension) in adults aged [greater than or equal to] 65 years than aged <65 years at doses of 100 mg (2.
1 It accounts for up to 50 Percent of all nail diseases and 30 Percent of all mycotic infections of nail.
Amazingly, even though hundreds of peer-reviewed scientific articles, the Merck Manual (5), and Mayo Laboratories (6) all document common problems due to systemic mycoses, many medical practitioners "do not believe in them," will not test for them, and will not treat them, while some others treat mycotic infections for too short of a period of time to be effective.
Discussion: While genital mycotic infections in women are more common when SGLT-2 inhibitor treatment is used, localized irritation can occur in both women and men taking an SGLT-2 inhibitor and can easily be mistaken by patients for a fungal infection.
The most common drug-related adverse events reported for this drug are vulvovaginal mycotic infection, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and headache.
Weight loss is difficult to sustain for overweight people while most are combating a mycotic infection, and much progress in this arena does not take place until the infection is controlled.
Patients with a history of a genital mycotic infection and uncircumcised men are at increased risk of a genital mycotic infection.
Mucormycosis is a rapidly progressive, opporttmistic mycotic infection caused by fungi of the class Zygomycetes, order Mucorales, and generaRhizapus, Rhizamucor, andAbsidia.