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Online J Otolaryngol. 2014; 4(4): 257-264


CO-EXISTING MUCORMYCOSIS WITH ASPERGILLOSIS IN A PATIENT WITH DIABETES MELLITUS- FIRST CASE REPORT

Nitin M Nagarkar, Hitesh Verma, RPS Punia.

Abstract
50 year male patient presented with a history of left nasal bleeding with discharge, left facial palsy for the last 15 days with uncontrolled diabetes. Black eschar was seen in nasal cavites with defect in hard palate on the left side (33cm). Debridement and cumulative
dose (2.3gm) of amphotericin was given.

Key words: mucor, mucor mycosis nose, amphotericin



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