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Noun1.rhinosporidiosis - fungal infection of the nose; often acquired while swimming
fungal infection, mycosis - an inflammatory condition caused by a fungus
rhinopathy - any disease or malformation of the nose
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In our study, we observed that among 130 patients with nasal mass, rhinosporidiosis was the most common nasal mass (34.
Of the nine cases, seven patients with vocal nodules responded to conservative treatment of vocal rest and speech therapy whereas one case was of disseminated rhinosporidiosis with the involvement of tracheobronchial tree, which did not respond to this treatment.
com Vijayan is suffering from Rhinosporidiosis, a rare disease, which primarily affects the mucosa of the nose.
Surgical treatment is the mainstay of therapy for rhinosporidiosis, but there is a 10% recurrence rate.
Acute fulminant invasive sinusitis caused by Mucor or Aspergillus, chronic invasive sinusitis, granulomatous invasive sinusitis caused by Rhinosporidiosis, fungal ball caused by Mycetoma, and allergic rhinosinusitis caused by Aspergillus are common variants.
Rhinosporidiosis en el estado de Barinas 1980-1990.
He was curious about many things: rhinosporidiosis, synovial sarcoma, morphoea, hepatic necrosis with haemorrhagic fever, tuberculosis, paratyphi, and tetanus (1).
We report 4 cases of equine rhinosporidiosis in the United Kingdom.
In nasal cavity, six cases of mucormycosis with one case of rhinosporidiosis were found.
The differential diagnosis includes sinonasal inflammatory polyps, respiratory epithelial adenomatoid hamartoma, squamous papilloma (vestibular skin), inverted ductal papilloma, verruca vulgaris, rhinosporidiosis, and invasive carcinoma.
He is a distinguished academician and researcher known for his pioneering efforts and research on Cryptococcosis, Aspergillosis, Dermatophytosis, Geotrichosis, Candidiasis, Rhinosporidiosis, Dermatophilosis, Nocardiosis, Rabies and Brucellosis.