Taste and Smell Disorders
Approximately two million Americans suffer from taste & smell disorders. This much-needed book provides complete information on the pathophysiology, anatomy, biochemistry, patient evaluation, & treatment of chemosensory disorders. More than a dozen new topics are covered, including:
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