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Jan 2018 Smell loss (hyposmia) is a lifelong, chronic sensory disease
Smell loss (hyposmia) occurs in about 7% of the U.S. population. It is comprised of a heterogeneous group of diseases with three major groupings: direct (brain or nerve injury), congenital (genetic factors) or acquired (biochemical causes). Full Story

Dec 2017 Treatment of smell loss (hyposmia) — Agnostic pathology of biomarkers in patients with hyposmia
There are multiple pathologies which biochemically initiate and perpetuate smell loss (hyposmia). These pathologies are non-neoplastic diseases and include viral-type infections, allergic rhinitis, traumatic head injuries, inhalational anesthesia and several other pathologies. Full Story

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