Outbreak of Mucormycosis in Coronavirus Disease Patients, Pune, India
Samir Joshi, Rahul Telang, Muralidhar Tambe, Rajesh Havaldar
, Manasi Sane, Afshan Shaikh, Cherry Roy, Kireet Yathati, Sanjaykumar Sonawale, Rupalee Borkar, Rahul Magar, Harshal Bhitkar, Satish Shitole, Leena Nakate, Jyoti Kudrimoti, and Vidya Mave
Author affiliations: Byramjee-Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College and Sassoon General Hospitals, Pune, India (S. Joshi, R. Telang, M. Tambe, R. Havaldar, A. Shaikh, C. Roy, K. Yathati, S. Sonawale, R. Borkar, R. Magar, H. Bhitkar, S. Shitole, L. Nakate, J. Kudrimoti); Byramjee-Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College—Johns Hopkins University Clinical Research Site, Pune (S. Joshi, M. Sane, V. Mave)
Figure 3. T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging of the maxillary sinuses of a patient with mucormycosis after coronavirus disease, Pune, India, shows hypointense mucosal thickening bilaterally, more on the left side than the right. Near-complete occlusion of the sinus cavities and obliteration of left osteomeatal unit are seen. There is a mild deviation of the nasal septum with convexity toward the right side. There is mild soft tissue edema with altered signal abnormality involving the left pterygopalatine fossa extending to the left masticator space. L, left; R, right.
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