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Persisting olfactory dysfunction in post-COVID-19 is associated with gustatory impairment: Results from chemosensitive testing eight months after the acute infection

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Hintschich, Constantin A. ; Fischer, René ; Hummel, Thomas ; Wenzel, Jürgen J. ; Bohr, Christopher ; Vielsmeier, Veronika
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Olfactory and gustatory disorders are prominent symptoms of acute COVID-19. Although both senses recover in many patients within weeks to months, persistency has been described in up to 60%. However up to now most reports on the course of chemosensitive disorders after COVID-19 are not based on psychophysical testing but only on subjective patients’ ratings. In this study we assessed both ...


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