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Mycotic aneurysm


Angioinvasive fungal infections of the cerebral vasculature often lead to significant morbidity and mortality. High clinical suspicion and early antifungal therapy could improve outcomes. We describe the fatal case of a patient with a rapidly enlarging cavernous carotid aneurysm due to angioinvasive fungus. This case highlights the challenges in diagnosis and management of this condition.


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