Cutaneous Fungal Infections Dermatophytosis - "ringworm" disease of the nails, hair, and/or stratum corneum of the skin caused by fungi called dermatophytes.
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Most human fungal infections are nosocomial and/or occur in immunocompromised individuals (opportunistic infections).
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Title: Fungal Infections Author: Valued Acer Customer Last modified by: Robert Seese Created Date: 1/12/2011 6:09:10 PM Document presentation format
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Urinary Tract Infections Diagnosis and Management Tristan T. Berry, M4 Medical College of Virginia Objectives History Definition of the fungal UTI.
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Fungal Infections Fungi can infect plants and animals; including humans. Masses of spores cause discolouration of the leaves so infections of plants are called ...
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... used with permission Tinea cruris, ringworm of the groin Cutaneous fungal infections Candidiasis www.meddean.luc.edu Sporotrichosis DermAtlas, ...
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Bacterial Infections _____ are one-celled microorganisms that can multiply in an environment that supports their reproduction. Bacteria that causes _____ are called
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Neonatal Infections Catherine M. Bendel, M.D. Associate Professor of Pediatrics Director, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program Questions?
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VII. Fungal Diseases A. Basic Properties of the Fungi B. Candidiasis C. Dermatomycoses D. Respiratory Fungal Infections VII. A. Basic Properties of the Fungi Cellular ...
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Fungal infections. 400 out of 75,000. Primary infections. Opportunistic infections. Myco-toxins . Allergy
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Cutaneous fungal infections can be classified into: Dermatomycoses; e.g. Candidiasis; infect the mucous membranes of the mouth or vagina (thrush), or the skin.
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Kingdom Fungi The characteristics of fungi The evolution of the fungi Fungal classification ... Intro to Fungi - PPT Last modified by: MHUSS
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Topical Fungal Infections Author: Dr. W. Steven Pray Last modified by: Steve Pray Created Date: 4/29/2010 12:54:22 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
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CRYPTOCOCCAL INFECTIONS IN ... Clinical Presentations Cryptococcal Meningitis Typical Subacute onset of ... Pressure management Anti-Fungal Therapy ...
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Risk Periods For Invasive Fungal Infections in BMT-patients Candida Autologous BMT Aspergillus spp. Candida Allogeneic BMT Aspergillus spp. Neutropenia
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White blood cells are important for attacking fungal infections. Antibodies however are not useful in fighting most fungal infections.
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FUNGAL SKIN INFECTIONS Liz McKensey Tinea Corporis (Ring worm) * Tinea Capitis (Scalp ringworm) * Itraconazole better tolerated and cheaper then griseofulvin ...
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An example of Fungi You know Zygomycota – common molds Ascomycota – Cup Fungi Life Cycle Yeast is an Ascomycete Fungus Morels are Ascomycete Fungi Basidiomycete ...
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Blastomycosis is a chronic granulomatous disease which means ... another disadvantage of the C-F is that it cross reacts with other fungal infections ...
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Causes of Meningitis -Bacterial Infections -Viral Infections -Fungal Infections ... with no laboratory evidence of bacterial or fungal meningitis Comment Aseptic ...
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Fungal Diseases March 24th, 2010 ... Fungal pathogenesis Some fungi produce mycotoxins Grow in tissue, spread through organs Superficial infections 1Skin Systemic ...
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What anatomical sites ... keep the level of Candida low Candida are “opportunistic” pathogens Predisposition Factors for Yeast Infections ... Fungal Pathogens ...
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Classification of Mycoses Hugh B. Fackrell Filename Fungi_classi.ppt Mycology Mycology: Study of fungi Mycoses: fungal infections Mytoxicosis- intoxicaton Fungi Molds ...
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Microbiology: A Systems Approach, 2nd ed. Chapter 12: Drugs, Microbes, Host – The Elements of Chemotherapy Figure 12.16 12.5 Considerations in Selecting an ...
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Note: due to tropical climate excessive moisture and friction from wearing belts can promote fungal infections. (Courtesy Dr. A. Green, Adelaide, S.A.).
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Infections of the skin, hair and nails due to a group of related filamentous keratinophilic fungi called dermatophytes. Dermatophytes. ... Fungal infection of nail.
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Common Outpatient Infections Rodolfo E Bégué, MD Chief, Pediatric Infectious Diseases LSUHSC, New Orleans Common Outpatient Infections Otitis Media Sinusitis ...
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Title: Fungal Infections Author: az Last modified by: CCNMTL User Created Date: 12/2/2004 1:55:38 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company
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Fungal infections are normally acquired while in the hospital or nursing home because patients in hospitals or nursing homes often already have weakened immune systems.
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Fungi “a group of diverse and widespread unicellular and multicellular organisms, lacking chlorophyll, usually bearing spores and often filamentous”
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... Polyene antibiotic Used only for candidiasis Drug of choice for intestinal candidiasis Also used for candidal infections ... systemic fungal infections were ...
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... has spread beyond the lungs and is life threatening at this point Subcutaneous mycoses Fungal infections beneath the skin Caused by saprophytic fungi ...
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Toll-Like Receptor Signaling Toll receptor initially discovered in Drosophila as ... Toll-mutant flies susceptible to fungal infections Mammalian homologues ...
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Corynebacterium Childhood infection Skin depigmentation may occur Penicillin treats most infections Gram negative skin ... Gardasil Fungal Skin Diseases ...
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Treatments usually include many combinations of different antifungals. ... 310-323. 1) Why is it so difficult to treat fungal infections? 2) ...
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KOH wet mount. Pseudohyphae or spores if non-albicans species. Vaginitis. ... Trichomoniasis and Other Vaginal Infections—Women—Initial Visits to Physicians ...
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DRUGS USED TO TREAT FUNGAL INFECTIONS. The therapeutic agents can be classified in to: Naturally occurring antifungal antibiotics such as the polyenes,
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Fungal Groups Three major groups Zygote fungi molds that grow on foods ... gets some carbohydrates back Fungal Infections A number of pathogenic fungi can destroy ...
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Blood culture positive for fungal infection or deep organ infection Organisms not identified Initiate presumptive therapy Hemodynamically stable Patient is ...
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Anti-Fungal Compounds Eukaryotic pathogens Similar cell structure and function Many fungi are opportunistic Fungal infections on the rise Most have detoxification systems
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OVERVIEW. Fungal infections (mycoses) are widespread in the population; they are generally associated with the skin (e.g. 'athlete's foot') or mucous membranes (e.g ...
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Fungal infections in critically ill patients. Dr Tim Felton. The University of Manchester. Introduction. Candida. Aspergillus. Diagnosis. Treatment. Cases. Case study ...
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OVERVIEW . Fungal infections (mycoses) are widespread in the population; they are generally associated with the skin (e.g. 'athlete's foot') or mucous membranes (e.g ...
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Fungal Diseases 4-H Veterinary Science Extension Veterinary Medicine Texas AgriLife Extension Service College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
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... Bacterial Diseases Dental Plaque “biofilm” Streptococcus mutans and sanguis Dental Caries Periodontal disease Oral Cavity Fungal ... Infections Bacterial ...
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Burden of Serious Fungal Infections in the Czech Republic Ales Chrdlea, Nada Mallatovab, David W Denningc Objectives We have estimated the number of serious fungal ...
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... Impetigo Acne Burn Infections ... Viral Skin Diseases Slide 12 Other Viral Pox diseases Viral Skin Diseases — Warts Molluscum contagiosum Fungal ...
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Avoid complications: treat infections, control cough, relieve bronchospasm. ... Chapter 36 Drugs for Viral Infections HIV-AIDS Last modified by:
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