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**[[Hyperosmia]] - an abnormally acute sense of smell
 
**[[Hyperosmia]] - an abnormally acute sense of smell
 
**[[Hyposmia]] - decreased ability to smell
 
**[[Hyposmia]] - decreased ability to smell
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**[[Parosmia]]
 
**[[Phantosmia]] - "hallucinated smell", often unpleasant in nature
 
**[[Phantosmia]] - "hallucinated smell", often unpleasant in nature
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**[[Specific anosmia]]
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Dysosmia
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Dysosmia is a olfactory disturbance where the sense of smell inaccurately conveys disagreeable sensations.[1][2]

EtymologyEdit

Dysphagia is from the Greek dys- (bad or abnormal)+ osme (a smell) + -ia (indicating a condition or quality)

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