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There have been very few reports in Japan of patients with allergic fungal sinusitis (AFS). We describe two cases caused by Bipolaris spicifera and Schizophyllum commune. The patients were a 70-year-old male (Case 1) and a 55-year-old female (Case 2). Both presented with nasal obstruction and purulent nasal discharge. CT scans revealed each to have a soft tissue mass extending from the ethmoid sinus to the sphenoid sinus. In addition, pathological studies on the contents of the paranasaldoi:10.1080/13693780701487813 pmid:17710626 fatcat:47ovenvqn5hr5j6pm6ygvnj3qa