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Chronic Bronchitis And Pneumonia Fungal Infection - Linda Allen

Apr 14th 2014 at 6:17 AM

REVIEW PROGRAM OF YEAST INFECTION NO MORE - BY LINDA ALLEN:

Chronic bronchitis and pneumonia fungal infection often attached to the bacterial. From any source of infection fungi with blood can get into any organ, and sometimes hit many organs and systems. In this case we speak of generalized candidiasis.

Candida meningitis - When Candida meningitis meninges formed infiltrates with foci of necrosis (tissue necrosis) and small hemorrhages. The defeat of the meninges is often combined with a lesion of brain tissue in the form of small abscesses. In almost all cases, the infection gets into the brain from the lungs or kidneys in their primary lesion fungi genus Candida.

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In its manifestations Candida meningitis reminds tuberculous meningitis or brain abscess. At the same time the patient first appears malaise, lethargy, decreased performance, insomnia, slight rise in temperature.

Then the temperature rises sharply, there is a strong headache, nausea and vomiting. All signs of the disease is increasing gradually, but is found and the development of acute meningitis, especially in young children. The diagnosis of Candida meningitis is based on the detection of fungi of the genus Candida in the cerebrospinal fluid.

Treatment of these patients is performed only in a hospital, sometimes they require resuscitation. Chronic generalized (granulomatous) candidiasis occurs more often in children with impaired immunity. It can begin at an early age with the usual yeast infection - fungal attack of Candida oral mucosa.

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