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  Showing results in INFECTIOUS DISEASES,   years old with for 3 days
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Bed bugs - small nocturnal bugs feeding on humans
a.k.a bed bug bites
Athlete's foot - fungal infection foot
a.k.a foot fungus, tinea pedis
Candida vaginitis - yeast vaginal infection
a.k.a Candidal vulvovaginitis, candida vulvovaginitis
Fungal infections genital area - jock itch
a.k.a Jock Itch, Ringworm genital area
Fungal infections skin - infection of skin by fungus
a.k.a Ringworm body, Tinea corporis
Pediculosis - lice infections
Scabies - itchy skin rash caused by scabies mite
Trichomoniasis - sexually transmitted disease caused by trichomonas vaginalis
a.k.a trich
Acute viral hepatitis - acute viral inflammation of liver
Genital herpes - herpes infection of the genital or anal area
a.k.a Herpes simplex

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