Fungal sinusitis

Fungal sinusitis is a collective term referring to a number of entities, which can be divided into two groups, depending on the presence of fungal hyphae within or beyond the mucosa 1:

  1. non-invasive: hyphae do not invade mucosa
  2. invasive: hyphae seen invading mucosa +/- beyond

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rID: 9370
System: Head & Neck
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Fungal sinus infection

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    Case 1: acute invasive, T2
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    Case 1: acute invasive, T1C+
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    Case 3: sinus mycetoma
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