Chapter 92 Antifungal Agents (TECH) Q&A (1 of 7) Sample Questions
1. Candidiasis is the most common opportunistic fungal infection. It may occur in mucous membrane and nearly any organ. It also affects skin, nails, oral cavity and vaginal infections. All of the following antifungal topical drugs are used to treat skin infection like vulvovaginitis, EXCEPT:
- A. Clotrimazole
- B. Nystatin
- C. Itraconazole
- D. Fluconazole
Tips: Itraconazole is used systemically.