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Skin Infection due to Yeast Evaluation
The diagnosis of candidiasis may be made without testing. In some cases, testing can be used to confirm the diagnosis.
Tests that may be used to evaluate candidiasis include:
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PubMed Skin Infection due to Yeast References
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