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Allergic fungal sinusitis: distinguishing osseous invasion


, : Allergic fungal sinusitis: distinguishing osseous invasion. Radiology 210(1): 283-284

In response to an article on allergic fungal sinusitis (Mukherji, S. K. (et al.) Radiology (1998) 207, 417-422), the problem of distinguishing between allergic fungal sinusitis and actual osseous invasion in a sinus already involved by polyposis is raised. A reply, from S.K. Mukherji and L.


Accession: 003035433

PMID: 9885622

DOI: 10.1148/radiology.210.1.r99ja59283a

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