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(1) (pathology) An infection caused by the presence of the Candida species in various moist parts of the body, characterized by white spots and ulcers.
(2) (ornithology) A common name for any of the group of migratory songbirds, especially in the family Turdidae, characterized by spotted breast and a brownish upper feathers.

  • candidosis (pathology)
  • moniliasis (pathology)
  • oidiomycosis (pathology)

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