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Symptoms of Depression in Patients with Chemosensory Disorders
Open Access Indonesian Journal of Medical Reviews
Chemosenses are frequently reported in patients with chemosensory impairment. The present investigation intends to clarify whether there are differential pacts on symptoms of depression between the types (smell dysfunction, taste dysfunction, and combination smell and taste dysfunction), severe- ity, length or source of dysfunction. At the same time, diminished olfaction input and taste appear to have a detrimental influence on emotional dysfunction aggravation. In patients with mixed olfactorydoi:10.37275/oaijmr.v1i1.549 fatcat:3p7t5xmbojhmfjg5gytokqydwe