Recurrent Infections May Signal Immunodeficiencies Your immune system is constantly on the defense-fighting germs that could cause infections. Sometimes the "germ" wins but what is the difference between losing an occasional battle and having recurrent infections?
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Vaginal Yeast Infections Q: What is a vaginal yeast infection? A: A vaginal yeast infection is irritation of the vagina and the area around it called the vulva (vul-vuh).
2. Respiratory infections Acute respiratory infections (ARI) continue to be the leading cause of acute illnesses worldwide. Whereas upper respiratory infections (URIs) are very common but seldom life-threatening, lower respiratory infections (LRIs) include more severe illnesses such as influenza ...
INFECTIONS IN THE COMPROMISED HOST 0891-5520/01 $15.00 +.OO INFECTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH STEROID USE Natalie C. Klein, MD, Chi Hiong-U Go, MD, and Burke A. Cunha, MD INTRODUCTION Corticosteroid use has dramatically increased in the last decade.
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3. Bacterial infections A variety of infectious diseases caused by pathogenic bacteria have been regrouped in this chapter and are presented below in alphabetical order: Helicobacter pylori , Neisseria meningitidis , Mycobacterium ulcerans, Staphylococcus aureus, and Group A and Group B ...