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Maxillary sinus infection due to Emericella nidulans

@inproceedings{Horr2002MaxillarySI,
  title={Maxillary sinus infection due to Emericella nidulans},
  author={Regine Horr{\'e} and Gudrun Schumacher and G{\"u}nter Marklein and B. Kr{\"o}mer and Eva Wardelmann and S. Gilges and G. S. de Hoog and G. Wahl and Klaus P. Schaal},
  year={2002}
}
  • Regine Horré, Gudrun Schumacher, +6 authors Klaus P. Schaal
  • Published 2002
  • Biology
  • Fungal infections of the maxillary sinus are frequently caused by Aspergillus species, particularly A. fumigatus. In otherwise healthy persons there is an association with overfilling of dental root canals, when zinc-containing filling materials were used. Below, a maxillary sinus aspergilloma is reported in a young immunocompetent female patient caused by Aspergillus (Emericella) nidulans. 

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