Non-invasive aspergillosis is the least harmful type. Allergic bronchopulminary aspergillosis causes a lung infection, while allergic aspergillosis sinusitis affects the sinuses. Aspergillosis develops as a ball of fungus in the lung or sinus but typically does not spread. Doctors do not consider these developments medically serious, although they can evolve into more severe types.
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