Explore the latest in olfaction and taste, including recent advances in understanding the etiologies and manifestations of disorders of smell and taste.
This randomized clinical trial assesses the efficacy of bimodal visual-olfactory training and patient-preferred scents vs unimodal olfactory training and physician-assigned scents in treatment of COVID-19 olfactory loss.
This study aims to develop and validate a concise and visually appealing smell loss–associated quality-of-life patient-reported outcome measure for olfactory dysfunction.
This survey study develops and validates an instrument with all relevant domains concerning chemosensory dysfunction and quality of life using modern psychometrics.
This cross-sectional study describes the sociodemographic and clinical features of patients with long COVID who develop persistent olfactory dysfunction.
This randomized clinical trial evaluates the efficacy and safety of theophylline added to saline nasal irrigation compared with placebo for COVID-19–related olfactory dysfunction.
This case series aims to determine the maximum tolerable dose of theophylline delivered via high-volume, low-pressure nasal saline irrigation for treatment of postviral olfactory dysfunction.
This cohort study estimates the 2-year prevalence and recovery rate of smell or taste dysfunction in patients with mildly symptomatic COVID-19.
This cohort study investigates the associations of prior head injury, number of prior head injuries, and head injury severity with subjective and psychophysical olfactory function in older adults.
This study uses data obtained through an updated version of the Brazilian National Health System Questionnaire for COVID-19 to assess olfactory dysfunction in patients with mild COVID-19 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
This cohort study evaluates the association between time course and recovery of taste dysfunction in patients with head and neck cancer receiving intensity-modulated radiotherapy.
This cohort study evaluates the association of COVID-19 infection with olfactory bulb by performing an ultrastructural and histopathological analysis of patients with COVID-19 and age- and disease severity–compatible controls.
This systematic review and meta-analysis investigates the epidemiologic associations between olfactory impairment and mortality.
This case-control study characterizes the self-awareness of poor olfaction in women, including its prevalence, associated factors, reporting reliability, validity against an objective test, and factors associated with validity.
This diagnostic study develops and validates a simple screening assessment for olfactory dysfunction using common household items.
This meta-analysis examines the scale of the public health concern of COVID-19–related chronic olfactory dysfunction.
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