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  1. Lower Extremity Lymphedema (American Society of Clinical Oncology)  
    ... to another part of the body) Bacterial or fungal infection Sometimes, lymphedema is not related to cancer or its treatment. ...
  2. Fungal Tests (American Association for Clinical Chemistry)  
    ... the 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 ...
  3. Lymphedema Risk Reduction Practices (National Lymphedema Network)  
    ... may need to be trimmed by a podiatrist. Fungal infections should be treated and foot hygiene maintained. For arm lymphedema, good hand hygiene and softening the cuticles with ...
  4. ... 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 ...
  5. Your Guide to Breastfeeding for African-American Women (Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women's Health) - PDF  
    ... pain-free breastfeeding. Some other signs of a fungal infection include pink, flaky, shiny, itchy, or cracked nipples or deep pink and blistered nipples. You also could have ...
  6. Your Guide to Breastfeeding (Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women's Health) - PDF  
    ... pain-free breastfeeding. Some other signs of a fungal infection include pink, flaky, shiny, itchy, or cracked nipples or deep pink and blistered nipples. You also could have ...
  7. Common Breastfeeding Challenges (Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women's Health)  
    ... pain-free breastfeeding. Some other signs of a fungal infection include pink, flaky, shiny, itchy or cracked nipples, or deep pink and blistered nipples. You also could have ...
  8. Hands in Systemic Disease (American Society for Surgery of the Hand)  
    ... of the nail from the nail bed by fungal infections & other causes. Apparent leukonychia is a term used to describe white coloration due to changes deep to the nail itself or detachment of the ...
  9. Scrotal Tongue (Columbia University, College of Dental Medicine)  
    ... is fairly rare, however. If the grooves are deep enough, they may harbor colonies of bacteria or bits of food. This can lead to bad breath or fungal infections of the tongue. Diagnosis Generally, people don't ...
  10. Prevent Diabetes Problems: Keep Your Feet and Skin 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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