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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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An infection with or a disease caused by a fungus.
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A nail fungus infection usually won't go away on its own," says a spokeswoman for Novartis, "and left untreated, it can spread to other nails.
Within an hour or two of getting them home the mollies developed fungus infections - no doubt stressed out by the Man-in-Charge's driving - and so began the cycle of water treatment, water changes, charcoal removal and worry.
The moisture that fosters fungus infections also contributes to foot odor, a problem that affects approximately 25% of the population according to Jim Healy, brand manager of Foot Care Products for Combe Inc.
Athlete's foot: Occurs when chronic perspiration softens the outer skin and allows fungus infections to develop.
and Asian health-care authorities to investigate a growing number of fungus infections among contact-lens wearers.
During the past several years Alva-Amco has expanded the Fungicare brand dramatically into the cosmetics section with several items that help stop the spread of nail fungus infections and that are consistent with the dramatic growth in home manicure implement sales and the increasing interest in overall nail health.
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