Fungal Sinusitis: An Overview. Cade Martin, MD. Fungal Sinusitis. 400,000 known fungal species or which 400 are human pathogens and 50 of which cause systemic or CNS infection Clinical presentation, imaging features, and treatment differ based on type of fungal sinusitis
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Cade Martin, MD
Aspergillus involving the sphenoid sinus with invasion of the left cavernous sinus, thrombosis, extension to the left sylvian fissure and infratemporal fossa with cerebral infarctions.
Aspergillus in left maxillary sinus with extension anterior and posterior to the retroantral space. There is diffuse involvement of the muscles of mastication.