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A rare cause of frontal sinusitis

Publication Type : Journal Article

Publisher : Clinical Rhinology

Source : Clinical Rhinology, Volume 5, Number 1, p.41-43 (2012)

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Keywords : actinomycosis, adult, article, case report, clinical examination, computer assisted tomography, disease association, encephalocele, endoscopy, frontal sinusitis, Gram positive bacterium, Gram staining, histopathology, human, inflammatory infiltrate, male, mucocele, nonhuman, nose infection, nose surgery, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging, pathological anatomy, penicillin G

Campus : Kochi

School : School of Medicine

Department : ENT

Year : 2012

Abstract : Actinomycosis is a granulomatous and fibrosing disease caused by a Gram-positive, anaerobic, nonacid fast bacterium of the genus Actinomyces. We report an unusual presentation of actinomycosis that involved the frontal sinus. Clinical features, diagnostic criteria, treatment and follow-up are presented. © Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.

Cite this Research Publication : M. Kumar, Sadasivan, A., Viswam, V., and Menon, U., “A rare cause of frontal sinusitis”, Clinical Rhinology, vol. 5, pp. 41-43, 2012.

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