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moniliasis,

a former name for candidiasiscandidiasis
, infection caused by fungi of the genus Candida; also called moniliasis after a former name of the genus. The most common forms of candidiasis, caused by C.
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moniliasis

[mə‚nil·ē′ī·ə·səs]
(medicine)
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Al quinto dia de terapia, la endoscopia demostro moniliasis esofagica y estenosis a 16 cm de la arcada dentaria.
First infected in 1998, Honduran cocoa plantations are in danger of being destroyed by the fungal disease Moniliasis, found a study by the Fundacion Hondurena de Investigacion Agricola.
Events included nausea, vaginal moniliasis, diarrhea, headache, and dizziness.
She had a cottony, sticky exudate in her throat that could only be a yeast infection, known medically as moniliasis or candidiasis and to the laity as thrush.
As regards sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs), the human papilloma virus (HPV), gonorrhea, syphilis and other infections (vulvitis, vaginitis, cervicitis, candida, moniliasis, etc.) apparently can be transmitted between women; however research in this area is also nonexistent.
You suspect oral moniliasis and believe that the mother's nipple pain also is due to a yeast infection.
Nystatin is most often used to treat moniliasis (commonly called thrush or oral candidiasis) (Beck & Yasko, 1993) and is the most commonly prescribed topical rinse (Shay et al., 1997).