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oidiomycin o·id·i·o·my·cin (ō-ĭd'ē-ō-mī'sĭn)

  1. An antigen used to demonstrate cutaneous hypersensitivity in patients infected with one of the candida species of fungi.

  2. One of a series of antigens used to demonstrate an immunocompromised patient's capacity to react to any cutaneous antigen.

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