Then why in this question the answer is Aspergillus fumigatus

the notes it is written that sinusitis is caused by Aspergillus favus mainly in the table made on Page 604 of edition 6. Then why in this question the answer is Aspergillus fumigatus

It appears there was an error in the previous response. Aspergillus fumigatus, not Aspergillus favus, is the primary causative agent of sinusitis associated with Aspergillus infections.

Aspergillus fumigatus is a common airborne fungus that can cause various respiratory infections, including sinusitis, especially in individuals with compromised immune systems or underlying respiratory conditions. It is known to colonize and infect the sinuses, leading to inflammation and symptoms of sinusitis.

On the other hand, Aspergillus favus primarily causes a different condition called favus, which is a chronic skin infection that affects the scalp. It does not commonly cause sinusitis.

Thank you for pointing out the discrepancy, and I apologize for any confusion caused. If you have any further questions, please let me know.