Which of the following drugs, given locally, would be appropriate for this patient?

Which of the following drugs, given locally, would be appropriate for this patient?A 32-year-old woman presents to her gynecologist with a 4 days history of perineal pruritus and a non-malodorous, thick, cheesy vaginal discharge. The only medication the woman is taking is an oral contraceptive. A wet preparation of vaginal secretion shows budding yeast cells and pseudohyphae.

A. Mebendazole

B. Metronidazole

C. Miconazole

D. Zidovudine

E. Griseofulvin

F. Saquinavir

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