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Symptoms of Invasive Candidiasis

The symptoms of invasive candidiasis are not specific. Fever and chills that do not improve after antibiotic therapy are the most common symptoms. If the infection spreads to other organs or parts of the body such as kidneys, liver, bones, muscles, joints, spleen, or eyes, additional symptoms may develop, which vary depending on the site of infection. If the infection does not respond to treatment, the patient’s organs may stop working.

 
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