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Olfactory area: The olfactory areas are areas of the brain located in the temporal lobe. The olfactory areas receive, processes, and interrupt olfactory nerve (smell) impulses from the nose. The olfactory areas enable us to recognize and respond appropriately to smells.
Conditions that can afflict the olfactory areas include head trauma, tumors, subdural hematoma, stroke, hemorrhage, and infection.
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Organ types: Smell
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