[Endoscopic sinus surgery for the treatment of invasive fungal sinusitis].
Lin Chung Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi. 2017 Aug 05;31(15):1195-1198
Authors: Ba PF, Shi LG, Li SC, Yin ZH, Wang GK
Objective:To explore the early diagnosis, the treatment and theprognosis of invasive fungal rhinosinusitis.Method:By summarizing the clinical data of 18 patients, CT and MRI images, pathological diagnosis and follow-up results to analysis the early diagnosis and the treatment.Result:All 5 patients with invasive fungal sinusitis were infected with mucor, 3 of whom died of intracranial complications. Among 13 patients with chronic invasive fungal rhinosinusitis, 9 were aspergillus, 3 were mucor, and 1 was negative. There were 9 cases of diabetes, 1 cases of ankylosing spondylitis, 3 cases of hypoproteinemia, 1 cases of organ transplantation, and 1 cases of leukemia. There were 3 cases of death who unenforced the operation, 15 patients received enlarged endoscopic surgery, postoperative antifungal therapy. Followed up 1-3 years, relapse in 3 cases, 1 case of death.Conclusion:The diagnosis of FRS needs to be combined with clinical manifestations, imaging features and pathological findings. The treatment requires surgery to completely remove diseased tissue (enlarged sinus open surgery) combined with antifungal use in sufficient quantities.
PMID: 29798357 [PubMed – in process]