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(hypergeusesthesia hypergeusia)
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  • 74 Alpha Lipoic Acid Responsive Hypergeusia. [Journal Article]
    CNS Spectr 2019; 24(1):212-213Cormie SE, Hirsch AR
  • IntroductionImprovement in hypergeusia in response to alpha lipoic acid treatment has not heretofore been described. Such a case is presented. METHODS: Case Study: A 64 year old right handed nasute female noted the sudden onset of salty hypergeusia, about 200% saltier than foods should be. Concurrently she experienced a constant phantogeusia of salt involving the front half of her tongue, lips, …
  • Gustatory dysfunction. [Review]
    J Pharm Bioallied Sci 2014; 6(Suppl 1):S30-3Maheswaran T, Abikshyeet P, … Jeelani S
  • Tastes in humans provide a vital tool for screening soluble chemicals for food evaluation, selection, and avoidance of potentially toxic substances. Taste or gustatory dysfunctions are implicated in loss of appetite, unintended weight loss, malnutrition, and reduced quality of life. Dental practitioners are often the first clinicians to be presented with complaints about taste dysfunction. This b…
  • A case of brain abscess by Eikenella corrodens in a HIV-positive patient. [Case Reports]
    Ann Ital Med Int 2003 Jul-Sep; 18(3):162-6Poggesi L, Scheggi V, … Bono P
  • We report the case of a 61-year-old homosexual male who came to our observation because of a recent onset occipital and left frontoparietal headache, weakness, anorexia, hyperosmia and hypergeusia and psychomotor slowing, apathy and fatuous behavior. This case, besides the old problem of the differential diagnosis of intracranial mass lesions in HIV-positive patients, induces one to examine more …
  • [Classification and definition of smell and taste disorders]. [Review]
    Laryngol Rhinol Otol (Stuttg) 1987; 66(7):355-7Fikentscher R, Gudziol H, Roseburg B
  • The smell and taste disorders are defined in terms due to two principles - the type and site of lesion. The quantitative dysosmias (anosmia, hyposmia, hyperosmia) correspond to the quantitative dysgeusias (ageusia, hypogeusia, hypergeusia) and the qualitative dysosmias (parosmia, pseudo-osmia, phantosmia, agnosmia) correspond to the qualitative dysgeusias (parageusia, pseudogeusia, phantogeusia, …
  • Taste threshold determinations on dyspeptic patients and on blind controls. [Journal Article]
    Int J Clin Pharmacol Res 1987; 7(6):507-11Terner K, Nagy L, Jávor T
  • Taste threshold detection and recognition were determined on 46 dyspeptic patients and on 42 blind controls. Among the dyspeptic patients 60% suffered from different taste disorders. Among the blind controls the frequency of taste disorder was 41%. Among the dyspeptic patients heterogeusia and dysgeusia dominated, threefold compared to the control blind persons. A mild hypergeusia appeared among …
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