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Candida &

Candidiasis
1. Cutaneous Candidosis
2. Candidiasis of the Mucous Membranes
3. Systemic Candidiasis

5. Yeast cells – Blastospores –


Blastoconidia
6. Pseudomycelium or Mycelium
(Pseudohyphae) or Hyphae
7. Chlamidospores
Specific Diagnostic
Strategies
Candidosis

C. albicans
C. parapsilopsis
C. tropicalis
C. krusei
C. guilliarmondi
C. stellatoidea
C. pseudotropicalis
C. glabrata
C. dubliniensis
3. Central Nervous System (Brain, Meninges)
4. Circulatory System (Hear, Myocardium, Blood)
5. Respiratory System (Lungs, Bronchii)
6. Digestive System (Esophagus, Stomach, Intestines)
7. U.T. System (Bladder, Kidney)
8. Others:
Liver
Spleen
Pancreas
Cutaneous candidosis
2. Localized
a. Intertrigenous candidiasis
b. Interdigital
c. Perianal
d. Genitocrural
e. Onichomycosis

3. Generalized cutaneous candidosis


1. Chronic oral candidosis
2. Chronic mucocutaneous candidosis
(with endocrinopathy)
3. Chronic localized mucocutaneous candidosis
(candida granuloma)
4. Chronic diffuse mucocutaneous candidosis
5. Chronic candidosis (with thymoma)
Deep Systemic Candidosis

• Broncho pulmonary candidosis


• Candida endocarditis, pericarditis and
myocarditis
• Candida septicemia – Disseminated
• Candida meningitis
• Gastrointestinal candidiasis
• C.N.S. candidiasis
• Oesophagitis candidiasis
• Renal candidiasis
• Lower urinary tract candidiasis
• Hepatic & splenic candidosis
• Osteomyelitis, arthritis and myositis
Laboratory Diagnosis –
Candidiasis

c. Microscopy
d. Cultures
e. Serology: agglutination, precipitation
f. LPA – Latex-coated Particle Agglutination
Urinary Candidiasis
Mucocutane Miscellaneo
Invasive
ous us
Colonization Overview Chronic
Cutaneous Bone or Joint Candidiasis
Chronic CNS or Eye Fever and
Mucocutaneous neutropenia
Candidemia
Esophagitis Fever, no
Heart or Lung
neutropenia
Onychomycosis Liver, Spleen
Fever in the
Oropharyngeal Biliary or Neonate
Vulvovaginitis Pancreatic
Neonatal
Peritoneum Candidiasis
Urinary