What is Candida? What is Candida? Candida, or candidiasis, is a fungal yeast infection. Candida can affect both women and men, though it is more common in females. Candida affects the following areas: • Genitals • Throat • Mouth • Blood • Skin Candida actually refers to the type of yeast that causes these infections.
In the stages of endometriosis you can experience different types of effects and stages. The stages are referred to as Stage I to Stage IV. The reproductive system can be compromised and cause infertility. Anatomically the disruption of pelvic structures, multiple production and activation of peritoneal macrophages cause the inflammation of the lower abdominal cavity. It may bring about an ectopic pregnancy since the fallopian tube may be infected and the egg may stick to one of the cyst.
Bacteremia with genus Pseudomonas will even cause really low blood pressure, called as hemodynamic shock, which could cause failure of various organs like heart, kidneys, and liver. Infection of the lungs is term pneumonia. Symptoms embrace fever, cough with or while not mucus production, problem respiratory. Genus Pseudomonas infects the skin; it most frequently affects the hair follicles. This is often known as redness.
Herpes can appear in various parts of the body, most commonly on the genitals or mouth. There are two types of the herpes simplex virus. HSV-1, also known as oral herpes, can cause cold sores and fever blisters around the mouth and on the face. HSV-2 is generally responsible for genital herpes outbreaks. What is HSV-1 and HSV-2?
• What is Chlamydia (NGU)? Chlamydia ( misspelled as clamidia, chlamidia, clamydia, clymidia, chlymidia, clamidia, chlamidia, etc.) is a common curable bacterial sexually transmitted disease (STD). Chlamydia trachomatis, or simply chlamydia, is an infection caused by pathogen bacterium that can afflict the cervix in women and the urethra and rectum in both man and women. Occasionally other parts of the body (lining of the eyelid, throat and rectum) can be affected.
Porphyromonas gingivalis, Tannerella forsythia and Treponema denticola create what is called red complex, which appears to be associated with disease symptoms in most chronic periodontitis. The second important group of bacteria forms orange complex, including Fusobacterium nucleatum and Prevotella intermedia. Orange complex bacteria provide an essential aid in allowing the colonization of periodontal tissue by a red complex. Another group of bacteria forms green complex, which includes species: Capnocytophaga sputigena, C. gingivalis, and Eikenella corrodens. These species are also associated with disease symptoms in chronic periodontitis, but with a less aggressive clinical course in contrast to the red complex (8,9).
This comprises of attenuation of blood vessels, waxy disc pallor and a mottled appearance of the retinal pigment epithelium which is caused by the formation of bone spicule. Internal limiting membrane wrinkling, buried drusen of the optic nerve head, cystoid macula edema, cataracts (usually PSC) and vitreous pigmentation and syneresis may also be seen. Symptoms of this disease include night blindness, tunnel vision, photopsia, photophobia, difficulty adjusting from light to dark environments and vice versa, blurry vision, poor colour separation, loss of central vision (late stage) and blindness eventually. RP may occur as an isolated disease (non syndromic which is the typical form of disease) or in combination with systemic disease (syndromic). Usher syndrome is the most common form of syndromic RP.
The specific medical treatment depends on the pathogens transmitted by tick bite. The following is a brief summary of the treatments: • Local cleaning and possible application of an antibiotic ointment. • In case of itching, your doctor may recommend preparations containing diphenhydramine (Benadryl). Benadryl The compounds can be applied directly on the skin in case of itching or administered orally by means of tablets. • Oral antibiotics may be prescribed for certain diseases.
This bacteria can be life threaten when it infects the fascia, or connective tissue that surrounds muscles, blood vessels and nerve. Streptococcus pyogenes destroy red platelets, white platelets that is the body defense system, and other body cells. With the immune system compromised Streptococcus pyogenes is capable of causing many different diseases. These diseases range from mild, like strep throat and impetigo, to severe, like necrotizing fasciitis, and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome. The bacteria typically enters the body through an open of the skin causing infection just below the skin that spreads to deeper
Small red bumps, an itchy rash, pain when anyone touches it…these are some of the symptoms of Shingles. A viral disease also known as herpes zoster is a reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus (VZV). It’s also the same virus that causes chickenpox (varicella). Unlike chickenpox which can cover a person’s entire body, shingles typically stays in a local area. The bright red rash that’s typical is in a single stripe on either the left or right side of the body.
The complete or partial separation of the nail plate separated from the nail bed is onycholysis, which due to trauma, psoriasis, over use of nail cosmetics, or a fungus skin condition. The space underneath the nail causes it to appear yellow or white. Depending on the condition, moderate or severe, you may just need to trim the nail, or ask a doctor about a treatment. Description The white tip of the nail will begin to extend toward the cuticle. The nail may have an irregular border, and discoloration such as a brown, yellow, or green appearance.
Some types are traction alopecia, which happens over time usually by the hair being under tension from being in ponytails, cornrows, or other tight hairstyles. Two other types are androgenetic alopecia, also known as male pattern baldness and tricotilomania, which is when hair loss is caused by a person compulsively pulling thier own hair. That is just a few kinds of alopecia. There are also three different types of alopecia areata, alopecia areata patchy, alopecia areata totalis, and alopecia areata universalis. Alopecia areata patchy presents itself as partial hair loss in the form of
A blood infection is one of the most severe. Symptoms are: fever, chills, fatigue, muscle and joint pains. Lungs Infection in the lungs is called pneumonia. Symptoms are: chills, fever, cough that is on going, difficulty breathing Skin A skin infection caused by this bacteria is usually a folliculitis. Symptoms are: itchy rash, bleeding ulcers, headache Ear Swimmer’s ear symptoms are: swelling, ear pain, itching inside the ear, discharge from the ear, difficulty hearing Eye Symptoms of an eye are: inflammation, pus, pain, swelling, redness, impaired vision.