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Parasite.fungal

Parasite.fungal: Diseases caused by fungi

Introduction: Fungi and yeasts are multi-celled plants that are parasites. An everyday example of a fungus is mushrooms. However, the fungi that cause human disease are usually very small fungi. There are a few common human fungal conditions that are rarely harmful except for those with severely weakened immune systems. Some examples are Candida (thrush), Yeast infections, Tinea (Athlete's foot), and Ringworm (not a worm, but actually a plant).

Disease group: Fungal conditions

Condition count: 16

Class types: Parasite (61)

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