Aliases & Classifications for Oral Candidiasis

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Aliases & Descriptions for Oral Candidiasis:

Name: Oral Candidiasis 8 44 61
Thrush 8 2
Candidiasis of Mouth 8
Oral Moniliasis 8
 
Equine Thrush 61
Thrush, Oral 8
Candidiasis 61


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Disease Ontology8 DOID:14262
NCIt39 C28137
MeSH33 D002180
ICD9CM27 112.0

Summaries for Oral Candidiasis

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CDC:2 Candidiasis that develops in the mouth or throat is called "thrush" or oropharyngeal candidiasis. The most common symptom of oral thrush is white patches or plaques on the tongue and other oral mucous membranes. This infection is uncommon among healthy adults.

MalaCards based summary: Oral Candidiasis, also known as thrush, is related to candidiasis and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. An important gene associated with Oral Candidiasis is DEFB4A (defensin, beta 4A), and among its related pathways are Lymphocyte Signaling and Defensins. The drugs flucytosine and itraconazole and the compounds cellulose triacetate and iohexol have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include tongue, colon and kidney, and related mouse phenotypes are immune system and hematopoietic system.

Disease Ontology:8 A candidiasis that involves fungal infection of the mucous membrane of the mouth by candida species, which is characterized by thick white or cream-colored deposits on inflamed mucosal membranes.

Wikipedia:64 Oral candidiasis (also known as oral candidosis, oral thrush,oropharyngeal candidiasis,... more...

Related Diseases for Oral Candidiasis

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Diseases related to Oral Candidiasis via text searches within MalaCards or GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

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idRelated DiseaseScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1candidiasis31.8DEFB4A, SH2D1A, APCS, HTN3, SKAP2, LTF
2acquired immunodeficiency syndrome31.1B2M
3asthma30.2DEFB4A, DEFB1, MPO
4pneumonia29.9SLPI, CD9, MPO, DEFB1, DEFB4A
5psoriasis29.8LTF, SLPI, DEFB4A
6hiv-129.6B2M, APCS, TMPO, HTN3, CD9, SLPI
7leukemia29.5SLPI, CD9, TMPO, MPO, SH2D1A, B2M
8leukoplakia10.6
9oral hairy leukoplakia10.5
10tonsillitis10.3DEFB4A, DEFB1
11acne10.3DEFB1, DEFB4A
12duodenal ulcer10.3DEFB4A, DEFB1
13periodontal disease10.3MPO, LTF
14acute leukemia10.3
15otitis media10.3DEFB1, LTF
16churg-strauss syndrome10.3LTF, MPO
17polyarteritis nodosa10.3LTF, MPO
18cholesteatoma10.3DEFB1, DEFB4A
19gastritis10.2DEFB4A, DEFB1, LTF
20bacterial vaginosis10.2SLPI, LTF
21pharyngitis10.2
22dermatitis10.2
23stomatitis10.2
24chediak-higashi syndrome10.2MPO, SH2D1A
25secondary hyperparathyroidism of renal origin10.2B2M, SLPI
26hypersensitivity reaction type ii disease10.1LTF, MPO, B2M
27herpes zoster10.1TMPO, CD9
28bronchiectasis10.1SLPI, MPO
29vasculitis10.1LTF, MPO, SH2D1A
30systemic lupus erythematosus10.0
31myeloperoxidase deficiency10.0
32severe combined immunodeficiency, x-linked10.0
33candidiasis, familial, 2, autosomal recessive10.0
34multiple myeloma10.0
35immunodeficiency 32b, monocyte and dendritic cell deficiency, autosomal recessive10.0
36crohn's disease10.0
37myasthenia gravis10.0
38diabetic ketoacidosis10.0
39oral squamous cell carcinoma10.0
40chikungunya10.0
41angular cheilitis10.0
42tinea pedis10.0
43cryptococcosis10.0
44median rhomboid glossitis10.0
45esophageal candidiasis10.0
46cheilitis10.0
47diarrhea10.0
48esophagitis10.0
49histoplasmosis10.0
50lupus erythematosus10.0

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Symptoms for Oral Candidiasis

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Drugs & Therapeutics for Oral Candidiasis

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Drug clinical trials:

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Genetic Tests for Oral Candidiasis

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Anatomical Context for Oral Candidiasis

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MalaCards organs/tissues related to Oral Candidiasis:

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Tongue, Colon, Kidney, Liver, Myeloid, T cells, Neutrophil

Animal Models for Oral Candidiasis or affiliated genes

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MGI Mouse Phenotypes related to Oral Candidiasis:

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idDescriptionMGI Source AccessionScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1MP:00053876.8B2M, SH2D1A, APCS, MPO, SKAP2, CD9
2MP:00053976.4LTF, B2M, SH2D1A, APCS, MPO, TMPO

Publications for Oral Candidiasis

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Articles related to Oral Candidiasis:

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idTitleAuthorsYear
1
Pseudomembranous Type of Oral Candidiasis is Associated with Decreased Salivary Flow Rate and Secretory Immunoglobulin A Levels. (25682023)
2015
2
Prevalence of oral candidiasis in HIV/AIDS children in highly active antiretroviral therapy-era. A literature analysis. (25156369)
2014
3
Activity of potent and selective host defense peptide mimetics in mouse models of oral candidiasis. (24752272)
2014
4
Factors associated with specific clinical forms of oral candidiasis in HIV-infected Brazilian adults. (23123068)
2013
5
Clinical and microbiological diagnosis of oral candidiasis. (24455095)
2013
6
Pathological analysis of the Candida albicans-infected tongue tissues of a murine oral candidiasis model in the early infection stage. (23092606)
2013
7
N-acetylglucosamine increases symptoms and fungal burden in a murine model of oral candidiasis. (21859389)
2012
8
Therapeutic effects of cinnamaldehyde and potentiation of its efficacy in combination with methylcellulose on murine oral candidiasis. (21788726)
2011
9
Interventions for treating oral candidiasis for patients with cancer receiving treatment. (20614427)
2010
10
Oral candidiasis of HIV-infected children undergoing sequential HIV therapies. (18651304)
2009
11
Oral candidiasis in HIV+ patients under treatment with protease inhibitors. (19148395)
2008
12
Incidence and anatomic localization of oral candidiasis in patients with AIDS hospitalized in a public hospital in Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil. (19089255)
2008
13
Microbiological and immunological features of oral candidiasis. (17704633)
2007
14
Oral candidiasis infections with limited clinical findings. (16884077)
2006
15
Oral candidiasis prevention in transplantation patients: a comparative study. (16824148)
2006
16
Hyphal invasion of Candida albicans inhibits the expression of human beta-defensins in experimental oral candidiasis. (16741514)
2006
17
Incidence of oral candidiasis and oral hairy leukoplakia in HIV-infected adults in North Carolina. (15599347)
2005
18
Interventions for preventing oral candidiasis for patients with cancer receiving treatment. (15495065)
2004
19
Self-care intervention to reduce oral candidiasis recurrences in HIV-seropositive persons: a pilot study. (15151689)
2004
20
Oral candidiasis and seborrheic dermatitis in HIV-infected patients on highly active antiretroviral therapy. (14731170)
2004
21
Oral candidiasis associated with inhaled corticosteroid use: comparison of fluticasone and beclomethasone. (12839324)
2003
22
Comparison of fluconazole and nystatin oral suspensions for treatment of oral candidiasis in infants. (12506950)
2002
23
Antiretroviral therapy with protease inhibitors has an early, immune reconstitution-independent beneficial effect on Candida virulence and oral candidiasis in human immunodeficiency virus-infected subjects. (11807692)
2002
24
Differences in risk factors among clinical types of oral candidiasis in the Women's Interagency HIV Study. (11805777)
2002
25
Interventions for treating oral candidiasis for patients with cancer receiving treatment. (11869615)
2002
26
Prevention of oral mucositis and oral candidiasis for patients with cancer treated with chemotherapy: cochrane systematic review. (12214838)
2002
27
CD4 lymphocyte percentage vs CD4 lymphocyte count as an immunological marker of oral candidiasis in HIV-infected patients. (11495199)
2001
28
Increased serum and salivary immunoglobulins against Candida albicans in HIV-infected patients with oral candidiasis. (11506465)
2001
29
Plasma HIV-1 RNA and route of transmission in oral candidiasis and oral hairy leukoplakia. (10822365)
2000
30
The influence of different risk behaviors in the appearance of oral candidiasis in aids patients. (11507541)
2000
31
Oral candidiasis, switching and antifungal resistance. (12608245)
2000
32
Cellular and cytokine correlates of mucosal protection in murine model of oral candidiasis. (10992484)
2000
33
In vivo expression and localization of Candida albicans secreted aspartyl proteinases during oral candidiasis in HIV-infected patients. (10084319)
1999
34
Oral hairy leukoplakia and oral candidiasis as predictors of HIV viral load. (10546876)
1999
35
A dose comparison study of a new triazole antifungal (D0870) in HIV-positive patients with oral candidiasis. (9143608)
1997
36
Ketoconazole resistant oral candidiasis in HIV-infected patients. (9247940)
1997
37
Genetic dissimilarity of two fluconazole-resistant Candida albicans strains causing meningitis and oral candidiasis in the same AIDS patient. (8735114)
1996
38
Omeprazole as a cause of oral candidiasis. (7632080)
1995
39
Time from HIV seroconversion to oral candidiasis or hairy leukoplakia among homosexual and bisexual men enrolled in three prospective cohorts. (8011239)
1994
40
Fluconazole-resistant recurrent oral candidiasis in human immunodeficiency virus-positive patients: persistence of Candida albicans strains with the same genotype. (8027327)
1994
41
Host factors associated with HIV-related oral candidiasis. A review. (1532236)
1992
42
Acute oral candidiasis during febrile episodes in immunocompromised patients with haematologic malignancies. (2196672)
1990
43
Oral candidiasis in terminal illness. (3679809)
1987
44
Oral candidiasis--its pleomorphic clinical manifestations, diagnosis and treatment. (3917209)
1985
45
Oral candidiasis: forerunner of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)? (3864115)
1985
46
Clinical diagnosis and treatment of oral candidiasis. (3858462)
1985
47
Natamycin and nystatin for treatment of oral candidiasis during and after radiotherapy. (6607989)
1984
48
Prophylaxis of oral candidiasis with clotrimazole troches. (6365008)
1984
49
A new approach to the use of antifungal agents in infants with persistent oral candidiasis. (7452393)
1981
50
Oral candidiasis. (701536)
1978

Variations for Oral Candidiasis

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Expression for genes affiliated with Oral Candidiasis

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Pathways for genes affiliated with Oral Candidiasis

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Compounds for genes affiliated with Oral Candidiasis

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Compounds related to Oral Candidiasis according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

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idCompoundScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1cellulose triacetate4410.3LTF, B2M
2iohexol4410.2B2M, LTF
3naphthol as-d chloroacetate4410.2LTF, MPO
4hypothiocyanite44 2411.1LTF, MPO
5pmma4410.1LTF, HTN3, B2M
6iopentol4410.1B2M, SLPI
7fluconazole44 1111.1HTN3, LTF, SH2D1A
8thiocyanate44 2411.1MPO, LTF
9ampicillin44 1111.0LTF, MPO
10sodium azide4410.0HTN3, MPO
11hypoxanthine44 24 1111.9LTF, MPO, B2M
12vitamin b12449.9B2M, MPO, LTF
13chloramine t449.8SLPI, MPO
14neopterin449.8B2M, LTF, CD9
15succinate449.8B2M, LTF, SLPI
16whey449.7SLPI, LTF
17methacholine44 50 1111.7MPO, SLPI, LTF
18dextran sulfate449.7LTF, MPO, CD9
19pentoxifylline44 1110.7CD9, LTF, MPO
20zidovudine44 50 1111.6TMPO, CD9, B2M
21leukotriene b444 60 2411.6LTF, MPO, SLPI
22nacl449.6LTF, SLPI, DEFB1, DEFB4A
23hbd2449.6DEFB4A, DEFB1, DEFB103B
24heparan sulfate44 2410.5B2M, DEFB1, LTF
25indomethacin44 28 60 1112.5B2M, MPO, LTF, TMPO
26cyclophosphamide44 50 1111.5B2M, MPO, LTF
27hyaluronic acid44 2410.5LTF, B2M, SLPI
28mannose449.5LTF, DEFB4A, CD9
29uric acid44 2410.5B2M, SLPI, CD9
30histamine44 28 2411.4LTF, MPO, SLPI, DEFB4A
31cyclosporin a44 28 6011.3TMPO, B2M, LTF, SLPI
32indinavir44 50 1111.3SLPI, SKAP2, APCS
33rantes449.3SLPI, CD9, DEFB1, DEFB4A
34genistein44 28 60 1 24 1114.2B2M, SLPI, CD9, DEFB4A
35paraffin449.2DEFB4A, B2M, MPO, CD9, LTF
36endotoxin449.1DEFB4A, SLPI, LTF
37ascorbic acid44 2410.1LTF, CD9, MPO, SLPI
38creatinine449.1B2M, MPO, SLPI, LTF
39pge2449.0MPO, LTF, B2M, SLPI, TMPO
40aspartate449.0LTF, SKAP2, TMPO, B2M, SLPI
41heparin44 28 24 1111.9LTF, DEFB4A, MPO, CD9, SLPI
42iron44 249.9SLPI, CD9, B2M, MPO, LTF
43saquinavir44 119.8APCS, SKAP2, CD9, SLPI
44glucose448.7SLPI, DEFB1, B2M, TMPO, CD9
45dexamethasone44 50 28 1111.7DEFB103B, DEFB1, LTF, SLPI, DEFB4A
46tyrosine448.3SH2D1A, TMPO, SKAP2, CD9, DEFB4A, SLPI
47retinoic acid44 249.0B2M, MUC7, DEFB1, SLPI, LTF, DEFB4A
48cysteine447.7CD9, HTN3, MUC7, B2M, DEFB103B, DEFB4A
49anti-fungal447.4MUC7, SKAP2, HTN3, DEFB4A, APCS, LTF
50calcium44 50 24 119.6DEFB4A, SLPI, CD9, HTN3, TMPO, MPO

GO Terms for genes affiliated with Oral Candidiasis

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Cellular components related to Oral Candidiasis according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1Golgi lumenGO:00057969.3DEFB4A, DEFB1, MUC7
2extracellular regionGO:00055768.5LTF, HTN3, APCS, B2M, DEFB1, DEFB4A
3extracellular vesicular exosomeGO:00700627.4LTF, SLPI, CD9, MUC7, MPO, APCS

Biological processes related to Oral Candidiasis according to GeneCards Suite gene sharing:

idNameGO IDScoreTop Affiliating Genes
1retina homeostasisGO:00018959.9LTF, B2M
2defense response to bacteriumGO:00427429.6HTN3, DEFB1, DEFB4A
3defense response to fungusGO:00508329.5HTN3, MPO

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