Skull base osteitis following fungal sinusitis.

@article{Swift1998SkullBO,
  title={Skull base osteitis following fungal sinusitis.},
  author={A. Swift and David William Denning},
  journal={The Journal of laryngology and otology},
  year={1998},
  volume={112 1},
  pages={92-7}
}
Aspergillus sp. sinusitis is not uncommon in immunocompromised patients but is unusual in patients who are not immunocompromised. The disease may occur as a saprophytic condition, as an allergic sinusitis or as a potentially lethal invasive disease. The differentiation between non-invasive and invasive Aspergillus sp. sinusitis is crucial and this distinction is fully discussed. The treatment options are also considered. Invasive disease requires aggressive treatment with long-term antifungal… CONTINUE READING