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inflammation of one of the paranasal sinuses

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Noninvasive disease comes in two forms: Allergic fungal sinusitis and mycetoma ("fungus ball").
The syndrome has been reported in patients using humidification reservoirs for C-Pap therapy, and it can coexist with allergic fungal sinusitis.
fumigatus is fairly commonly implicated in ABPA and allergic fungal sinusitis.
However the question arises whether fungi play a role in the persistence of polypi, recurrences of polypi and whether they contribute to the persistence of inflammation and edema as in allergic fungal sinusitis (AFRS).
The prevalence of CRS in immune-deficient patients, allergic fungal sinusitis, Samter's triad, and Churg-Strauss syndrome are further examples that demonstrate the integrated relation of the immune system and CRS.
The significance of allergic mucin devoid of fungus is currently unknown and there is a need for comparative clinicopathologic study of patients with allergic fungal sinusitis and an allergic fungal sinusitis-like syndrome.
Noninvasive disease includes Saprophytic Fungal infestation, Sinus Fungal Ball and Allergic 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.
The patient did have allergic fungal sinusitis and presented as you described, with typical allergic mucin.
Allergic fungal sinusitis (AFS) was first described in the literature in the early 1980s, when Millar et al noticed a clinical entity of sinus disease that was similar in many ways to allergic broncho pulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA).
The role of powered instrumentation in the surgical treatment of allergic fungal sinusitis.
The two most common concomitant diagnoses in the study population were allergic fungal sinusitis (13.