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Candidiasis is an opportunistic infection caused by Candida yeasts. However, of the species most commonly found is C. albicans. They are fungi that commonly inhabit the mucous membranes, but only cause disease when there are conditions that favor the proliferation. The clinical evidence or not of oral infection by these fungi depends on the immune status of the host, the buccal mucosa environment and C. albicans resistance.
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