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Riechen

  • M. Vogel
Part of the Rehabilitation und Prävention book series (REHABILITATION, volume 19)

Zusammenfassung

Riechstörungen (Dysosmien) sind bei verschiedenen Hirnerkrankungen bekannt (Douek 1974; Roseburg u. Fikentscher 1977; Potter u. Butters 1980; Feldman et al. 1986).

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