Presentation A 71-year-old male presents to the Emergency Department (ED) with 4 months of headaches and radiating pain on the right side of his face. The patient has a history of sinusitis and was taking antibiotics for 6 months without any resolution of his symptoms. Surgery was performed 2 months prior to this admission which resulted in the removal of a fungus ball from his sinus cavity. The patient was treated with corticosteroids at the time of the surgery. Upon presentation in the ED, he was admitted to the hospital for further evaluation.