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anosmia

[ə′näz·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Absence of the sense of smell.
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The immediate implications of the work are limited to animal models, which provide the necessary foundation for eventually addressing human anosmias.
Cohort studies have shown that risk of developing neurodegenerative disease could be as high as 65% in idiopathic RBD patients, especially in patients with concomitant anosmia [27].
La anosmia estuvo presente en el 50% y esta relacionado con el dano que origina el tumor sobre los nervios olfatorios, aunque no es frecuente en tumores menores de 3 cm de diametro (5).
She said: "Some people think anosmia should be seen as a disability but I don't think you can put it alongside being blind or deaf.
Para avaliacao dos fatores associados a anosmia (desfecho) foi realizada regressao logistica univariada por meio da odds ratio.
Inhaled zinc can cause permanent anosmia, and so this delivery route was not investigated.
Headache or facial pain resolve within 7 days after remission or successful treatment of acute or acute-on-chronic rhinosinusitis * Clinical evidence may include purulence in the nasal cavity, nasal obstruction, hyposmia or anosmia, and fever; chronic sinusitis is not validated as a cause of headache or facial pain unless it relapses into an acute stage.
A short film that uses humor and science to explain congenital anosmia has won the Society for Neuroscience's 2013 Brain Awareness Video Contest.
We call that anosmia or hyposmia, the inability to sense smells or a reduced ability to sense smells," Bernier explained.
Imagine a world where you have no sense of smell, or anosmia, a condition that is often overlooked
Among the dangers for anosmia sufferers is not being able to detect a gas leak, or when food has gone off with the inevitable risk of sickness or food poisoning.