Olfactory reference syndrome: issues for DSM-V.

Abstract

The published literature on olfactory reference syndrome (ORS) spans more than a century and provides consistent descriptions of its clinical features. The core symptom is preoccupation with the belief that one emits a foul or offensive body odor, which is not perceived by others. This syndrome is associated with substantial distress and disability. DSM-IV… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/da.20688

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@article{Feusner2010OlfactoryRS, title={Olfactory reference syndrome: issues for DSM-V.}, author={Jamie D Feusner and Katharine A. Phillips and Dan J. Stein}, journal={Depression and anxiety}, year={2010}, volume={27 6}, pages={592-9} }