anosmia

[ UK /ænˈɒzmi‍ə/ ]
NOUN
  1. absence of the sense of smell (as by damage to olfactory nasal tissue or the olfactory nerve or by obstruction of the nasal passages)
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  • The anosmia, which was the dominant pattern at postoperative week 1, resolved and converted to various levels of hyposmia, so that no one at postoperative week 6 showed any such complain. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • At postoperative week one, 87. 5\% of the patients had anosmia, and the rest exhibited at least moderate levels of hyposmia. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • In addition to concerns regarding the efficacy of intranasal zinc therapy, increasing evidence indicates that this medication may be linked to severe, potentially permanent hyposmia (reduced sense of smell) and anosmia (loss of smell), "the authors said. Medindia Health News
  • In addition to concerns regarding the efficacy of intranasal zinc therapy, increasing evidence indicates that this medication may be linked to severe, potentially permanent hyposmia (reduced sense of smell) and anosmia (loss of smell)," the study says. Turkish Press
  • Anosmia has been noticed in leukoderma and allied disturbances of pigmentation. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine
  • When people lose their sense of smell a condition called anosmia, nearly half of them will notice a massive decrease in sexual interest and nearly a quarter of them will report difficulties in sexual performance and a great reduction in the pleasure associated with sex. How to Speak Dog
  • Does he have any history of nasal problems, such as trauma, congestion, or anosmia associated with nasal polyps?
  • At postoperative six month, the olfactory function had already reverted to the preoperative levels: no anosmia or moderate to severe hyposmia. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • Usage of these products can and has induced permanent anosmia - that is, a complete loss of the sense of smell, rather a severe consequence to risk in an attempt to avoid some of the discomfort associated with (of all things) the common cold!
  • For years Matrixx knew of complaints of loss of smell (known as anosmia) from users of the recalled Zicam product, but failed to alert consumers. StreetInsider.com News Articles
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