presents with facial swelling and blood-tinged exudate in the turbinates and eyes, mental lethargy, blindness, and fixated pupils.: must be diagnosed rapidly, usually by a KOH mount of necrotic tissue or exudates from the eye, ear, or nose.
4. Treatment: must be rapid! Management consists of (1) control of diabetes, (2) surgical debridement, and (3) aggressive treatment with amphotericin B or posaconazole.