What Conditions does FLUCONAZOLE Treat?
- skin infection marked by ulcers - cutaneous leishmaniasis
- ringworm of scalp
- disease of the nails caused by Trichophyton fungus
- ringworm of the hand
- ringworm of the groin area
- athlete's foot
- ringworm of the body
- a fungal infection of the skin called tinea versicolor
- candidiasis fungal infection of the oropharynx
- a yeast infection of the vagina and vulva
- treatment to prevent vulvovaginal yeast infection
- urinary tract infection due to Candida albicans fungus
- an infection of the mouth, skin, nails or vagina due to Candida fungus
- disease of the nails caused by Candida species fungus
- candidiasis yeast infection that spreads throughout body
- treatment for prevention of disseminated candidiasis
- a fungal infection in the esophagus due to Candida
- scattered infection caused by Coccidioides fungus
- lung infection caused by Coccidioides fungus
- a type of fungal lung infection called histoplasmosis
- an infection by the fungus Blastomyces dermatitidis
- an infection due to a fungus
- presumed infection in neutropenic patient with fever
- a brain infection called cryptococcal meningitis
- presence of Candida albicans fungus in the blood
- presence of Candida species yeast in the blood
- Candida yeast infection of abdominal cavity lining
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