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Origin and Etymology of candida
First Known Use: 1939See Words from the same year
medical Definition of candida
- Three to five days of careful treatment should cause the rash to subside. If it doesn't, the infant may have candida, a yeast infection that usually affects a larger area than diaper rash and makes the skin redder.
- —Carol Deasy Brown, Parenting, March 1994
candidalplay \-dəd-ᵊl\ adjective
- candidal infection
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