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    Outline On Vaginal Disease

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    These symptoms occur due to inflammation of the vaginal mucosa. Patients with yeast infection (vulvovaginal candidiasis) typically have a curdy white discharge that appears like cottage cheese. Bacterial vaginosis is associated with a fishy amine odor. Trichomonas classically produces a greenish-yellow purulent discharge. Patients with pelvic inflammatory disease often have fever, severe pelvic or abdominal pain, and systemic symptoms. Pelvic examination may demonstrate cervical discharge (cervicitis). Individuals tend to have exquisite pain when the doctor manipulates the cervix - chandelier sign. How are vaginal infections diagnosed? The diagnosis of vaginal infection is suggested based on symptoms, patient history, and physical examination. Your doctor will typically begin by obtaining a detailed gynecologic, obstetric, and sexual history. This…

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    Candida Albicans commonly known as a yeast infection has affected many people in our community and throughout this paper I will be discussing the affects it has on our community. There are different ways Candida Albicans can be transmitted, but at the same time there are also many ways it can be treated. There are signs and symptoms that may vary depending on which area of the body is affected. It is important that we treat this infection to avoid further complications such as recurring…

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    Invasive candidiasis is an infection caused through a candida ,unlike the rest of candidiasis (1). Invasive candidiasis is a dangerous infection that can influence the blood ,eyes ,heart and other parts of the body (1). It normally lives in the gastrointestinal tract and on the skin without caused any problems . Invasive candidiasis can be cured with antifungal medication that is often given to prohibit the infection from development in certain patients (1). Vaginal candidiasis (VVC)…

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    Research Paper Candidiasis Introduction How well do you take care of your oral hygiene? Even at the highest level of care patients that have a weak immune system, such as babies, elderly and individuals with HIV/ AIDS can suffer from an oral infections called oral candidiasis. Information about Candidiasis This is the most common superficial fungal infection of the oral cavity caused by Candida albicans. Candidiasis usually arises from individuals that are taking antibiotic therapy,…

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    Azoles Research Paper

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    voriconazole. Its therapeutic side effects include gastrointestinal with transaminase elevation (14%) and hyperbilirubinemia (3%), gastrointestinal complaints likes nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain or diarrhoea and headache, elevation of liver enzymes and skin rash. Itraconazole First orally bioavailable drugs used commonly against non-meningeal, non-life threatening pulmonary and extra pulmonary blastomycosis, histoplasmosis, and allergic syndromes related to Aspergillus spp, onychomycosis, and…

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    Schmidt's Syndrome

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    mellitus, as well as hypogonadism and primary ovarian failure. Their association can also be syndromic (main examples are type I or II polyglandular autoimmune syndrome). In addition to those associations, autoimmune primary adrenal insufficiency has also been associated with vitiligo, parathyroidism and pernicious anemia. If adrenal failure is caused by tuberculosis, then much less comorbidities are observed (owing to the different disease mechanism). Type I polyglandular autoimmune…

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    Cd4 Stage 3 Stage 1

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    Stage three of the disease is when an infected individual begins to exhibit opportunistic infections and CD4 count falls below 500/ ml. The final and heightened stages of HIV infection are often described as full-blown AIDS, wherein the immune system is significantly damaged. The symptoms of this stage include chronic symptoms like rapid weight loss, serious fever (reaching temperature of 100 degrees F), soaking night sweats, chronic diarrhea, vomiting, dry coughs, short breaths, distorted…

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    Oral Cavity Research Paper

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    are: 1. Fibers: this will help in cleaning the oral cavity during mastication and thus lessen plaque accumulation 2. Amides/low sugar diet: have proven to show low levels of caries 3. Cheese: is characterized by being cariostatic due to its alkalinity 4. Whole-grain food: need more mastication which stimulates salivary flow 5. Calcium: inhibits caries formation 6. Black tea extracts: increases flurorine concentration in plaque and lessens the cariogenic properties of sugar diets 7. Peanuts,…

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    GABHS Infection

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    It is important to differentiate GABHS infections in chil- dren. The antibiotic therapy should be started within 9 days after the onset of infection to prevent potential cardiac and renal complications. It is not possible to make a diagnosis of GABHS infection by clinical examination alone. Throat swabs are necessary to identify Streptococcus (Fig. 3.1.1). Gener- ally, a cherry red tongue and perioral pallor suggest GABHS infection. In infectious mononucleosis, the cervical lymph nodes are…

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    Pathophysiology Of Asthma

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    mm/Hg, and a normal pH is 7.4 in serum. An asthma attack can create a cascade in these levels where a patient can become acidotic or alkalotic. As the PaO2 and PaCO2 decreases, the PH rises, and the lungs are unable to blow off carbon dioxide (Medical Exam, 2015). In extreme cases, the PaO2 may drop to 50 mm/Hg (Medical Exam, 2015). Determining the severity of the asthma attack is done by looking at the PaO2 (Medical Exam, 2015). Albuterol is the drug of choice for acute asthma. There are two…

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