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  1. ... HIV Parvovirus Bacterial infections: Chlamydia Mycoplasma Streptococcus Treponema Fungal infections: Aspergillus Candida Coccidioides Cryptococcus Histoplasma When you have an ...
  2. Partnering with Your Transplant Team (Health Resources and Services Administration) (United Network for Organ Sharing) - PDF  
    ... during treatment with steroids or immunosuppressants. Examples of fungal infections include candida, aspergillus, and histoplasmosis, which tend to be systemic infections. ...
  3. Hospitalized Patients and Fungal Infections (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... procedures that can put you at risk for fungal infections, particularly Candida and Aspergillus infections. 4 Surgery can lead to infection. If you’ve had surgery, it’s possible to get a fungal infection in in the part of the body ...
  4. Fungal Tests (American Association for Clinical Chemistry)  
    ... mouth (thrush) Vaginal itching and discharge (yeast infection) Deep and systemic fungal infections may cause a variety of symptoms depending on ... the laboratory. ^ Back to top ... are not severe. Some deep infections are almost uniformly fatal without treatment. ^ Back ...
  5. Aspergillosis (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... message, please visit this page: About CDC.gov . Fungal Diseases Share Compartir Aspergillosis Aspergillosis is an infection caused by Aspergillus , a common mold (a type of fungus) that ...
  6. ... of sugar in the bloodstream, and bacterial and fungal infections can break down the skin and complicate ulcers. More serious complications include deep skin and bone infections. Gangrene (death and decay ...
  7. Infection and Malignancy (American Society of Transplantation)  
    ... the mouth and throat ("thrush"). This type of fungal infection is easily treated. ... and Cryptococcus. Most transplant recipients will receive antifungal ...
  8. Aspergillosis (American Thoracic Society) - PDF  
    ... Patient Education Series © 2012 American Thoracic Society Aspergillosis Fungal Disease Series ... symptoms, which could mean the infection has spread to the brain. How is Aspergillosis ...
  9. Pulmonary aspergilloma is a mass caused by a fungal infection that usually grows in lung cavities. It can also appear in the brain, kidney, or other organs.
  10. Prevent Diabetes Problems: Keep Your Feet Healthy Easy-to-Read From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases)  
    ... your doctor to make sure you have a fungal infection of the toenails. Your doctor may prescribe an oral medicine to treat them. Sometimes, a doctor may remove the nail surgically or chemically or perform laser treatment. A laser beam can go deep into the nail tissue and kill the fungus; ...
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