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The temporal course of COVID-19 anosmia and relation to other clinical symptoms
Objective This study aimed to define the clinical course of anosmia in relation to other clinical symptoms. Methods 135 patients with COVID-19 were reached by phone and subsequently included in the study. Olfactory functions ...
Olfactory cleft measurements and COVID-19-related anosmia
(Sage Publications Ltd, 2021)
Objective. This study aimed to investigate the differences in olfactory cleft (OC) morphology in coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) anosmia compared to control subjects and postviral anosmia related to infection other ...
Olfactory and gustatory dysfunctions in COVID-19 patients: From a different perspective
(Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2021)
Purpose: The prevalence of sensory disorders (smell and/or taste) in affected patients has shown a high variability of 5% to 98% during the COVID-19 outbreak, depending on the methodology, country, and study. Loss of smell ...