Wegener's granulomatosis and mucoromycosis: A case study and review of literature

@inproceedings{Abtahi2012WegenersGA,
  title={Wegener's granulomatosis and mucoromycosis: A case study and review of literature},
  author={Sayyed Mojtaba Abtahi and Mohamm{\'a}dreza Omrani and Mansoor Karimifar and Afrooz Eshaghian and Maryam Kachuei and Azarmidokht Momeni},
  booktitle={Advanced biomedical research},
  year={2012}
}
Mucormycosis is a fatal invasive infection which mostly involves diabetic or immunosuppressed patients. Early diagnosis, improving immunosuppression, systemic antifungal therapy, and surgical debridement are necessary for successful treatment. In this case study, we represent a known case of Wegener's granulomatosis (WG), with concomitant sinusal mucormycosis mimicking vasculitic disease relapse, which was successfully treated with surgical debridement, amphotericine, and intravenous… CONTINUE READING
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