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% of women with vaginal colonization?
% lifetime occurance of vaginal candidiasis? Two+ episodes?
>20%
75%; 40-45%
PE:
Vulvitis
Erosions, pustules, erythema, swelling, removable curd-like material
PE:
Vulvitis/vulvovaginitis
Vaginitis with white discharge, vaginal erythema/edema with white plaques that can be wiped off
Chronic: glazed and atophic mucosa
PE:
Balanoposthisis, Balantitis
Papules ,pustules, erosions
Maculopapular lesions with diffuse erythema
Edema, ulceration, fissuring of prepuce (diabetic)
White plaques under foreskin
DDX:
VC/VVC
Trichomoniasis. bacterial vaginosis, lichen planus, LSA
DDX:
Balanoposthitis
Psoriasis, ecxema
Recurrent VVC defined

*occurance
three+ epidodes of symptomatic VVC/year

*<5%
VC/VVC topical tx
Azoles/imidazoles (better results than nystatin)
RVVC tx
Weekly clotrimazole, fluconazole, or itraconazole
Balanitis, balanoposthitis tx
azole cream
treat sexual partner if recurrent
Systemic tx
Fluconazole
Itraconazole
Ketoconazole