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inflammation of one of the paranasal sinuses

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For all the patients having sinonasal polyposis and allergic fungal sinusitis, endoscopic polypectomy was done which was followed by appropriate ethmoidectomy.
Kern et al., "The diagnosis and incidence of allergic fungal sinusitis," Mayo Clinic Proceedings, vol.
Based on a literature review and experience with 40 local patients, he and his associates published a series of papers proposing diagnostic criteria for allergic fungal sinusitis (J.
Based on an extensive literature review and experience with 40 patients, he and his associates published a series of papers proposing diagnostic criteria for allergic fungal sinusitis (J.
Allergic Fungal Sinusitis: Most common form of fungal sinusitis is seen in warm, humid climates.
INTRODUCTION: Ahmed Bassiouny et al, (1) have reported allergic fungal sinusitis to be present in 92% of patients with chronic rhinosinusitis and sinonasal polyposis.
(2) Elevations in total IgE have been shown to occur in patients with allergic fungal sinusitis, and subsequent total IgE levels have been shown to decrease with successful treatment.
Allergic fungal sinusitis affects immunocompetent individuals from the third to fifth decades of life.
Noninvasive disease includes Saprophytic Fungal infestation, Sinus Fungal Ball and Allergic Fungal sinusitis. Invasive disease includes Acute Fulminant Invasive Fungal sinusitis, Chronic Invasive Fungal sinusitis, Granulomatous Invasive Fungal sinusitis.
Clinical presentation of allergic fungal sinusitis in children.
Pathologic Diagnosis: Allergic Fungal Sinusitis Secondary to Curvularia lunata
Allergic fungal sinusitis, also known as allergic mucin and eosinophilic fungal rhinosinusitis, is an allergic response in the sinonasal tract mucosa to aerosolized fungal allergens, amplified and perpetuated by eosinophils.
INTRODUCTION: Allergic fungal sinusitis (AFS) was recognized more than two decades ago and is still a debatable topic because of its diagnostic and therapeutic controversies.