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A Case of Fungal Ball with Cholesterol Granuloma in the Middle Ear Cavity

Kim SG, Lee EJ, Yoo JS, Yeo CD

Fungal balls consist of rounded conglomerates of fungal mycelia, which can form within a preexisting cavity. They are mostly found in the paranasal sinuses in the head and neck regions....
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Two Cases of Actinomycosis with Aspergillosis in Unilateral Paranasal Sinuses

Min HK, Kwon OE, Min JY, Kim SW

Actinomycosis of paranasal sinus is a very rare disease that is caused by infection of Actinomyces species that were present in oral or nasal flora due to trauma or dental...
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Invasive Aspergillosis Associated Bacterial Infection in the Nasal Septum After Sphenoid Sinus Surgery

Sohn HG, Yoon MH, Kim TE, Yeo NK

Nasal septal infection can result from progression of a fungal infection from the adjacent sinuses. Nasal septal fungal abscesses complicating nasal trauma, surgical procedures, sinus, and dental infections have previously...
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A Case of Fungal Ball Causing Acute Dacryocystitis

Hwang YS, Yang HJ, Paik JS, Yang SW

PURPOSE: We report a case of fungal ball after Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) in a 40-year-old female patient. CASE SUMMARY: A 40-year-old female patient was admitted to our hospital for left lower...
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A Case of Optic Neuropathy Caused by Fungal Ball in an Onodi Cell

Han YS, Yang CM, Shin JH, Park IK

PURPOSE: To report a rare case of optic neuropathy caused by a fungal ball in an Onodi cell. CASE SUMMARY: A 63-year-old female was referred to our clinic with relapsed visual...
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A Case of Fungal Infection in the Onodi Cell with Diplopia

Kim HJ, Shin SY, Kim SW, Cho JS

The orbital apex syndrome is a very rare complication of fungal sinusitis, as well as of other conditions, and is characterized by blindness, diplopia, proptosis of the eye and ophthalmoplegia....
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A Case of Fungal Ball Accompanied with a Microplate as Metallic Foreign Body in Maxillary Sinus

Lee JH, Kim JM, Jeong HM, Lee SH

Fungal balls are the most frequent non-invasive form of fungal sinusitis occurring in the immunocompetent individuals. The pathophysiology of fungus balls remains questionable despite known theories such as the obstruction...
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Endodontic Treatment: A Significant Risk Factor for the Development of Maxillary Fungal Ball

Park GY, Kim HY, Min JY, Dhong HJ, Chung SK

  • KMID: 2278609
  • Clin Exp Otorhinolaryngol.
  • 2010 Sep;3(3):136-140.
OBJECTIVES: The risk factors for maxillary fungal ball are largely unknown. The aim of this study was to determine whether endodontic treatment of maxillary teeth is a risk factor for...
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A Case of Actinomycosis of the Maxillary Sinus Accompanied with Fungal Ball

Kim BS, Kim KS, Choi JS

  • KMID: 2297627
  • J Rhinol.
  • 2010 May;17(1):57-59.
Actinomycosis of the paranasal sinuses is rare and usually arises from the oral cavity after a dental procedure or trauma. Actinomycosis of the maxillary sinus is very rare and found...
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A Case of Multiple Fungal Balls Involving the Isolated Three Sinuses

Jo MH, Koh SH, Choi SH, Lee JH, Kim HS

  • KMID: 2132005
  • J Rhinol.
  • 2010 Nov;17(2):121-123.
The fungal ball usually occurs in a single sinus, most frequently in the maxillary sinus, and multiple sinus localization has rarely been reported? Recently, the authors experienced a rare case...
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Huge Cholesterol Granuloma With Fungal Ball

Kim IK, Yum DJ, Kim YJ, Kim CD

  • KMID: 2276876
  • Korean J Otorhinolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2008 Apr;51(4):394-398.
Cholesterol granuloma is usually found in chronic middle ear disease. However, it rarely occurs in the sinonasal regions and only a few cases have been reported in the literature. The...
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A Case of Congenital Cystic Adenomatoid Malformation of the Lung Containing Fungal ball-like movable Blood clots in Healthy Young Woman

Lee GR, Lee KS, Joo IK, Choi SJ, Park JO, Lee WS, Kim ES, Kim DH, Lee GS, Han YS, Jee MK, Park JW

We describe unusual manifestations of congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation ( C.C.A.M.) of the lung, such as movable fungal ball-like intracystic blood clots and hemoptysis, which were detected in previously healthy...
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