Effects of analgesics on olfactory function and the perception of intranasal trigeminal stimuli.

Abstract

BACKGROUND There is some evidence suggesting that analgesics have an impact on human chemosensory function, especially opioids and cannabinoids are known to interfere with olfactory function. However, largely unknown is the effect of a long-term use of analgesics on the intranasal trigeminal system so far. Here, we investigated olfactory function and the… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ejp.903

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@article{Mizera2017EffectsOA, title={Effects of analgesics on olfactory function and the perception of intranasal trigeminal stimuli.}, author={Lars Mizera and Gerhard Go\ssrau and T. Hummel and Antje Haehner}, journal={European journal of pain}, year={2017}, volume={21 1}, pages={92-100} }