author={Allan Knight},
  journal={The Lancet},
5 Citations
Anosmia-What we Know About Anosmia and what We Don't Know About it
There is a need to disseminate information about the health risks associated with anosmia, which could include screening procedures for olfactory abnormalities that are practicable and useful, adequate clinical assessment, and advice to patients to prevent harm and control health and quality of life with anOSmia.
Anosmia as a clinical predictor to non-fatal COVID-19 case and better survivability
The pathophysiology of anosmia and its potential as a marker towards better clinical prognosis are reviewed to provide knowledge about updates regarding the pathophysiological concept of COVID-19 inducedAnosmia as a clinical predictor of mild and severe CO VID-19 symptoms.
Efficacy of Platelet-Rich Plasma as an Adjuvant Therapy to Endoscopic Sinus Surgery in Anosmia Patients with Sinonasal Polyposis: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial
According to the current study, PRP injection showed no short-term effect on the recovery of olfactory function in patients with sinonasal polyposis and improved in both groups during the follow-up.
Burkholderia pseudomallei invades the olfactory nerve and bulb after epithelial injury in mice and causes the formation of multinucleated giant glial cells in vitro
In vitro assays suggest that injuries to the olfactory epithelium expose the primary Olfactory nervous system to bacterial invasion, which can then result in CNS infection with potential pathogenic consequences for the glial cells.
Resolution of anosmia and urinary incontinence after ablation of supra-ventricular tachycardia
The patient noticed that around the time that the symptoms of palpitations appeared for the first time, she had lost the sense of smell and started to suffer from urinary incontinence but didn’t search for medical advice.