Olfactory dysfunction in the pathophysiological continuum of dementia

@article{Bathini2019OlfactoryDI,
  title={Olfactory dysfunction in the pathophysiological continuum of dementia},
  author={P. Bathini and E. Brai and L. A. Auber},
  journal={Ageing Research Reviews},
  year={2019},
  volume={55}
}
Sensory capacities like smell, taste, hearing, vision decline with aging, but increasing evidence show that sensory dysfunctions are one of the early signs diagnosing the conversion from physiological to pathological brain state. Smell loss represents the best characterized sense in clinical practice and is considered as one of the first preclinical signs of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, occurring a decade or more before the onset of cognitive and motor symptoms. Despite the numerous… Expand
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