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Loss of the sense of smell.
[New Latin : Greek an-, without; see a-1 + Greek osmē, odor.]
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(Pathology) pathol loss of the sense of smell, usually as the result of a lesion of the olfactory nerve, disease in another organ or part, or obstruction of the nasal passages
[C19: from New Latin, from an- + Greek osmē smell, from ozein to smell]
anosmatic, anˈosmic adj
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an•os•mi•a(ænˈɒz mi ə, -ˈɒs-)
absence or loss of the sense of smell.
an•os•mat•ic (ˌæn əzˈmæt ɪk) an•os′mic, adj.
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Medicine. the absence of the sense of smell; olfactory anesthesia. Also called anosphrasia. — anosmic, adj.See also: Odors
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|Noun||1.||anosmia - absence of the sense of smell (as by damage to olfactory nasal tissue or the olfactory nerve or by obstruction of the nasal passages)|
dysomia - impairment of the sense of smell
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n. anosmia, falta de olfato.
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