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    Candidiasis (Chronic Mucocutaneous)

    Patients with chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis are anergic to Candida. They develop red, pustular, thickened, crusted plaques that may appear psoriatic. Plaques may appear on the nose, forehead, and elsewhere.

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