cacogeusia

cacogeusia

 [kak″o-ju´se-ah]
a sensation of bad taste not related to the ingestion of specific substances.
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cac·o·geu·si·a

(kak'ō-gū'sē-ă),
A bad taste due to a bad-tasting substance, uncinate epilepsy, or a delusion.
See also: dysgeusia.
[caco- + G. geusis, taste]
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cacogeusia

(1) A sensation of bad taste.
(2) A sensation of bad taste (dysgeusia) in absence of gustatory stimuli.
(3) A sensation of bad taste in response to a substance, as an adverse effect of a tranquiliser or other drug, as a component of uncinate epilepsy, in hallucinations or in delusional states.
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cac·o·geu·si·a

(kak'ō-gū'sē-ă)
A bad taste.
[caco- + G. geusis, taste]
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