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Olfactory disorder

Introduction: Olfactory disorder

Description of Olfactory disorder

Olfactory disorder: loss of or impaired ability to smell; may be caused by olfactory nerve diseases, paranasal sinus diseases, viral respiratory tract infections, craniocerebral trauma, smoking, and other conditions.
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