Schmeckstörungen: Ein Update

  title={Schmeckst{\"o}rungen: Ein Update},
  author={Landis Bn and Tobias Just},
Clinically, taste disorders are less frequent than smell disorders. Nevertheless, they are very distressing to the concerned patients. Unfortunately, the underlying causes are not always found and a majority of patients are considered idiopathic dysgeusia cases. Besides this taste disorder of unknown origin, medication side effects and surgical injuries are the most frequent origins of dysgeusia. Despite recent, impressive molecular biological and physiological insight into the taste system… Expand
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Characteristics of taste disorders
Patients with idiopathic and postoperative taste disorders complained mainly about hypogeusia and parageusia; in comparison, patients with posttraumatic taste disorders exhibited a relatively higher degree of partial, local, or complete ageusia. Expand
Pathologien und Funktionseinschränkungen
Eine gestorte Kiefer- und Kaufunktion ist nicht selten eine Begleiterscheinung von verschiedenen Erkrankungen. Dieses Kapitel soll einen Ein- und Uberblick uber verschiedene Pathologien geben, dieExpand
The Psychosomatic Disorders Pertaining to Dental Practice with Revised Working Type Classification
  • T. Shamim
  • Medicine
  • The Korean journal of pain
  • 2014
The author has added one more subset to the existing classification, i.e., disorders caused by altered perception of dentofacial form and function, which include body dysmorphic disorder, and inserted delusional halitosis under the miscellaneous disorders classification of psychosomatic disorders. Expand
Altwerden und seine Bedeutung für Mundhöhle und Zähne
In der modernen Altersforschung geht man davon aus, dass das normale, physiologische Altern zu weit weniger starken funktionellen Einbußen führt, als bisher angenommen, was auch f for das stomatognathe System gilt. Expand


Taste disturbance following tonsillectomy–a prospective study
The aim of the study was to provide a symptom‐based follow‐up after tonsillectomy to assess postoperative taste disorders and to clarify frequency, time course, or prognosis of long‐lasting dysgeusia after tonsilelectomy. Expand
Neurological aspects of taste disorders.
The scope of this review from a neurological viewpoint is to alert physicians to the problem of taste disorders and to help in the diagnosis. Expand
Taste Disorder Involving Hunter's Glossitis Following Total Gastrectomy
All five patients with Hunter's glossitis following total gastrectomy were treated by administration of vitamin B12, which led to improvements in the appearance of the tongue, the patients' subjective complaints and the results of taste testing. Expand
Abnormalities of taste and smell in Sjogren's syndrome.
Abstract Taste and smell thresholds and forced scaling levels were studied in 29 patients with Sjogren's syndrome and in 10 patients with various diseases of the parotid glands, with and without xe...
Oral Disorders Associated with Diabetes Mellitus
The clinical features and possible causes of oral disorders recognized to be associated with diabetes are reviewed with emphasis on good oral hygiene in the diabetic patient. Expand
Dissociated taste disorder.
This investigation used the filter-paper disc method, invented for clinical qualitative and quantitative gustometry by taste examination, and confirmed true dissociated taste disorder in 12 patients only with respect to sweetness, while no dissociate taste disorder was found for the other types of taste. Expand
Recovery from long-lasting post-tonsillectomy dysgeusia.
A case of a female patient who reported a 4-year PTD is reported and recovered within 2 months after oral intake of zinc sulfate, opening again the question of what extent zinc deficiency plays a role in PTD. Expand
Smell and taste disorders, a study of 750 patients from the University of Pennsylvania Smell and Taste Center.
A study of 750 patients with complaints of abnormal smell or taste perception from the University of Pennsylvania Smell and Taste Center, Philadelphia suggests that chemosensory dysfunction influences quality of life. Expand
Spontaneous resolution of dysgeusia.
These findings, along with the evidence that some dysgeusias are treatable, bode well for a disorder that was heretofore considered by many physicians as unrelenting. Expand
Hypogeusia, Dysgeusia, Hyposmia, and Dysosmia following Influenza-Like Infection
Findings in this disease included pale nasal mucous membranes with marked patency of the nasal airway, a positive Rudolph sign, elevated detection and recognition thresholds for several tastants and odorants, disruption of the pore region of the taste bud observed on electron microscopy and infiltration of the upper lamina propria of the nose mucous membrane with chronic inflammatory cells observed on light microscopy. Expand