Validate the classification of fungal rhinosinusitis: A retrospective analysis of 162 patients at a single institution

@article{Hua2019ValidateTC,
  title={Validate the classification of fungal rhinosinusitis: A retrospective analysis of 162 patients at a single institution},
  author={Ma Hua and C. wu and R. Jiang and Ching-Yun Chang and K. Liang},
  journal={Clinical Otolaryngology},
  year={2019},
  volume={44}
}
In 1997, deShazo et al.1, 2 conducted a literature review and proposed a novel classification of fungal rhinosinusitis. The authors divided fungal rhinosinusitis into invasive and noninvasive forms. The classification included acute and chronic invasive fungal rhinosinusitis (AIFRS and CIFRS), chronic granulomatous fungal rhinosinusitis, fungus ball, and allergic fungal rhinosinusitis (AFRS). Nowadays, the classification proposed by deShazo et al. is widely accepted and is frequently cited in… Expand

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