Patients with COVID-19–related, long-term smell and taste disorders were younger, had a lower occurrence of anosmia/ageusia, and more often experienced distorted senses.
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COVID-19 produced persistent olfactory dysfunction in 29% of cohort at a one-year follow-up evaluation.
COVID-19 pandemic was associated with an increase in volume, citations, and attention for both COVID and non-COVID articles in otolaryngology journals as compared to pre-COVID articles.
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill in November 2022 that allows the state Medical Board and Osteopathic Medical Board to discipline physicians who knowingly give misinformation or disinformation to […]
Women, patients who had initially severe COVID-19 symptoms, and patients who had nasal congestion while having COVID-19 are less likely to regain their senses of smell and taste than those who do not fall into any of these categories.
Dilute versions of PVP-I nasal spray appear safe for topical use in the nasal cavity, but PVP-I does not demonstrate virucidal activity in COVID-19–positive patients.
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill in October that allows the state Medical Board and Osteopathic Medical Board to discipline physicians who knowingly give misinformation or disinformation to their […]
The Questionnaire of Olfactory Disorders (QOD) might help predict symptoms of depression in olfactory dysfunction (OD) patients.