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Olfactory reference syndrome: A case treated with sertraline and olanzapine.

  title={Olfactory reference syndrome: A case treated with sertraline and olanzapine.},
  author={Eylem {\"O}zten and Feride G{\"o}kben Hızlı Sayar and Ali Evren Tufan and Cem Cerit and Orhan Veli Doğan},
: Olfactory Reference Syndrome (ORS) is a rare psychiatric condition in which the affected person has a certain belief that his/her body odor is foul or unpleasant and his/her occupation on this issue leads to a loss of functionality. ORS patients blame themselves because of the smell they emit and avoidance behaviors are evident. Major depressive disorder comorbidity rate is very high. In our case, we have an ORS patient with major depressive disorder (recurrent) and panic disorder comorbidity… 

Olanzapine Improved Symptoms and Olfactory Function in an Olfactory Reference Syndrome Patient.

The observation that odor stimuli in the environment can trigger parosmia and that concurrent parosmic perception of the malodor compromises the patient’s olfactory function at baseline and after a short, self-administered course of olanzapine is empirically supported.

Olfactory Reference Disorder: Diagnosis, Epidemiology and Management

Clinicians and researchers are provided information on the epidemiology, clinical presentation and treatment options for olfactory reference disorder, a condition that is characterized by the erroneous belief that one emits a foul or unpleasant body odour, resulting in significant distress and impairment.

[If People Can't Stand Their Own Smell - A Review and Case History about Olfactory Reference Disorder].

There is a big lack of well-designed studies concerning ORS, in all areas of its nosology, and the suffering of persons with ORS is really incriminating.

Ekel und die olfaktorische Referenzstörung

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Wenn man sich selbst einfach nicht „riechen” kann

Die Olfaktorische Referenzstörung (ORS) ist ein bisher wenig erforschtes und kaum bekanntes Phänomen, welches in den letzten Jahren jedoch stärker in das Interesse der Forschung rückt. Mit diesem



Olfactory reference syndrome: a case report

A case of a 32 year old single male whose delusion of emitting a foul body odor has caused significant depressive symptoms is presented and he showed remarkable improvement with a combination of paroxetine and olanzapine therapy.

Is olfactory reference syndrome an obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorder?: two cases and a discussion.

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Olfactory reference syndrome manifests in a variety of psychiatric disorders

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Olfactory reference syndrome: diagnostic criteria and differential diagnosis.

It is argued that ORS represents a unique cluster of symptoms that can be delineated as a separate diagnostic entity, and that it falls on a spectrum of social anxiety disorders that includes social anxiety disorder, taijin kyofusho, and body dysmorphic disorder.

[Olfactory reference syndrome: a systematic review].

The olfactory reference syndrome is a clinically well defined syndrome, which would support the idea of being included in the appendix of DSM-5, as an independent entity.

Olfactory reference syndrome: a systematic review of the world literature

Olfactory reference syndrome is a primary psychiatric syndrome that does not fit well into its current classification as a subtype of delusional disorder, both in terms of its nosology and its response to treatment.

How to Help Patients with Olfactory Reference Syndrome: Delusion of Body Odor Causes Shame, Social Isolation

Patients with olfactory reference syndrome (ORS) falsely believe they emit an offensive body odor and engage in repetitive and "safety" behaviors intended to check, eliminate, or camouflage the supposed odor.

Olfactory reference syndrome: demographic and clinical features of imagined body odor.

Olfactory reference syndrome.

The authors present a case of ORS and then discuss the literature with regard to diagnosis and treatment and then talk about how the they approached the treatment of this patient with ORS.

Do olfactory reference syndrome and Jiko‐shu‐kyofu (a subtype of Taijin‐kyofu) share a common entity?

The aim of the study was to clarify the relationship between the two separate syndromes that had independently been recognized in culturally different settings.