moniliasis


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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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Y mientras no hay avance tecnologico en el sector, plantaciones con 30 anos de vida sucumben azotadas por la "mancha negra", la moniliasis, las sequias y las inundaciones, sin que exista un programa nacional integral de atencion sanitaria.
Moniliasis is also known as Quevado disease, and in Spanish as pudricion acuosa, helada, and mancha ceniza.
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.
En el caso del cacao para principios de la decada de los anos ochenta las plantaciones sufren el embate de la moniliasis del cacao, una enfermedad fungosa que disminuye substancialmente la produccion y practicamente acaba con la rentabilidad de las mismas.
9) Other victims included the scrapyard owner's wife (36-year-old female) who died of severe hemorrhage of all organs, an 18-year-old scavenger who died of radiation-induced congestion in all organs and disseminated hemorrhagic spots in the stomach and intestines, and a 57-year-old housewife who developed symptoms such as rectal bleeding, oral and vaginal moniliasis, and severe anorexia and vomiting, but survived.
versicolor and moniliasis were seen as associated conditions in two cases respectively.
3 millones de toneladas de almendra de cacao anualmente; sin embargo, la produccion se encuentra amenazada por la enfermedad Moniliasis (Moniliophthora roreri), descrita por numerosos investigadores como la enfermedad mas severa en las plantaciones comerciales y considerada como el padecimiento mas destructivo del cultivo en America Latina (Phillips, 2003; Phillips-Mora et al.
roreri, agentes causales de la enfermedad de la escoba de bruja y la moniliasis del cacao, respectivamente.
cacao en Centroamerica extendido hacia el norte, responsable de la dispersion reciente y rapida de la moniliasis causada por M.