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Posted by: ratu | 2004/02/13

systematic candida

What is systematic candidiases and how AND WHEN does it appear on someone who is HIV +. ?

Are there any causes other than HIV?

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This type of illness occurs usually in patients that is severely immunocompromized. If it happens in patients that are HIV negative the reason for this should be explored because it could mean that there is some reason for the patient to develope this eg. an underlying cancer etc.

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