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Management of Sinonasal Mucormycosis at a Tertiary Care Center: Our Experience
Clinical Rhinology An International Journal
Mucormycosis is a group of invasive infections caused by filamentous fungi of the Mucoraceae family. Most commonly seen in immunocompromised individuals. Sinonasal mucormycosis is a rare infection, difficult to treat, and can also be fatal. Aims and objectives: To highlight the importance of early detection of disease, early initiation of antifungal therapy, surgical debridement, and adequate management of immunosuppressive conditions. Materials and methods: In this prospective study, 46 casesdoi:10.5005/jp-journals-10013-1364 fatcat:ylofb4sqizevnmtirnxgtemfka