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Noun1.hyposmia - lessened sensitivity to odors
dysomia - impairment of the sense of smell
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Citation: Sarah Kurtenbach et al., Cell-Based Therapy Restores Olfactory Function in an Inducible Model of Hyposmia. Stem Cell Reports, 2019; DOI: 10.1016/j.stemcr.2019.05.001
Persistent nasal congestion or stuffiness is the most commonly reported ML symptom (4,5); associated manifestations may include coryza, epistaxis, tissue/scab expulsion, pruritus, mass sensation, blockage/obstruction, and hyposmia (4,6-9).
Intranasal teeth are a rare find but important to recognize since nasal congestion, chronic discharge and hyposmia can decrease quality of life."
(16) normosmia (n=120), hyposmia (n=37), and anosmia (n=73) Konstantinidis 35 children with adenoid et al.
Hyposmia correlates with SNCA variant and non-motor symptoms in Chinese patients with Parkinson's disease.
Mild cognitive impairment diagnosis, freezing of gait, hyposmia, reduced dopamine transporter activity in the caudate, and elevated leukocytes in the cerebrospinal fluid were significantly associated with shorter survival in early Parkinson's disease.
When you lose part of your sense of smell, its known as hyposmia. Total loss is called anosmia.
in India reported nasal obstruction (97.32%), rhinorrhea (49.1%), and hyposmia (31.25%) to be the most frequent presenting symptoms19.
* Subjective assessment was done by asking about the symptoms of nasal obstruction, nasal discharge, hyposmia, post nasal discharge, headache and sneezing.
(1) The range of symptoms of CRS is broad; they include facial pain/pressure, congestion, nasal discharge, headache, fever, and hyposmia. (1,2)
Patients with this neurologic movement disorder can present with a highly variable constellation of symptoms, (1) ranging from the well-known tremor and bra-dykinesia to difficulties with activities of daily living (particularly dressing and getting out of a car (2)) to nonspecific symptoms, such as pain, fatigue, hyposmia, and erectile dysfunction.
Supportive clinical features include severe sensitivity to antipsychotic agents, postural instability, repeated falls, syncope or other transient episodes of unresponsiveness, severe autonomic dysfunction, hyposmia, hallucinations in other modalities, delusions, apathy, anxiety, and depression and may exist in the early stage [13].