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Aspergillus sinusitis.
  1. D. Grigoriu,
  2. J. Bambule,
  3. J. Delacretaz

    Abstract

    Since 1969, 79 cases of fungal maxillary sinusitis have been diagnosed. Forty-nine were due to Aspergillus fumigatus. There were no underlying diseases which depressed cellular immunity and no patient was receiving immunosuppressive drugs or corticosteroids. Most patients had received antibacterial therapy before the appearance of FMS. Treatment was by surgery, nystatin and econazole.

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