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Candida Species

Candida organisms are commensal with humans and, in the absence of alterations in host defense mechanisms, usually do not cause disease. Candida exists as normal flora within the oral cavity, throughout the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, in expectorated sputum, in the vagina, and in the bladder of patients with indwelling catheters. There are >150 species within the genus Candida, although the majority are not known to cause disease in humans. C albicans, C krusei, C glabrata, C tropicalis, C pseudotropicalis, C guilliermondii, C parapsilosis, C lusitaniae, and C rugosa are known human pathogens.

Management of Tinea Manuum (Terbinafine, Itraconazole)

The anthropophilic dermatophytes E. floccosum, T. mentagrophytes var. interdigitate and T. rubrutn are the most common causes of tinea manuum. Less commonly, the condition is caused by zoophilic dermatophytes, such as M. canis and T. verrucosum, or geophilic dermatophytes, such as M. gypseum. Hand infection may be acquired as a result of contact with another person, with an animal, or with soil, either through direct contact, or via a contaminated object such as a towel or gardening tool. Autoinoculation from another site of infection can also occur.

Management of Tinea Pedis (Terbinafine, Itraconazole)

The term tinea pedis is used to refer to dermatophyte infections of the feet. These infections often involve the interdigital spaces, but chronic diffuse desquamation can affect the entire sole. The anthropophilic dermatophytes E. floccosum, T. mentagrophytes var. interdigitale and T. rubrutn are the commonest causes of tinea pedis in the UK and North America.

Management of Tinea Corporis (Griseofulvin, Terbinafine, Itraconazole)

Tinea corporis is caused by E. floccosum and many species of Trichophyton and Microsporum. Infection with anthropophilic species, such as E. floccosum or T. rubrum often follows autoinoculation from another infected body site, such as the feet. Tinea corporis caused by T. tonsurans is sometimes seen in children with tinea capitis and their close contacts. Tinea corporis commonly occurs following contact with infected household pets or farm animals, but occasional cases result from contact with wild mammals or contaminated soil.

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A white or almost white, hygroscopic, crystalline powder. It exhibits polymorphism. Slightly soluble in water freely soluble in methyl alcohol soluble in acetone.

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Oral ketoconazole is used in the treatment of blastomycosis, candidal infections (i.e., oropharyngeal and/or esophageal candidiasis, vulvovaginal candidiasis, candiduria, chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis),chromomycosis (chromoblastomycosis), coccidioidomycosis, histoplasmosis, and paracoccidioidomycosis.

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While fluconazole can alter the pharmacokinetics of certain drugs that undergo hepatic metabolism, the magnitude of such alterations appears to be less than those associated with ketoconazole; however, comparative studies have not been performed to date. In addition, the possibility that the risk of developing such interactions may be increased at relatively high fluconazole dosages (e.g., 200 mg daily or more) should be considered. Results of studies evaluating combined use of fluconazole and amphotericin B in animal models of aspergillosis, candidiasis, or cryptococcosis have been conflicting.

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Fluconazole is used in the treatment of oropharyngeal, esophageal, or vulvovaginal candidiasis and in the treatment of other serious systemic candidal infections (e.g., urinary tract infections,peritonitis, candidemia, disseminated candidiasis,meningitis, pneumonia). The drug also is used for the treatment of meningitis caused by Cryptococcus neoformans and for the treatment of blastomycosis, coccidioidomycosis, and histoplasmosis. Fluconazole has been used for less severe infections such as superficial fungal infections, dermatophytoses, and onychomycosis.