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dysgeusia

 [dis-gu´ze-ah]
distortion of the sense of taste.

dys·geu·si·a

(dis-gū'sē-ă),
Distortion or perversion in the perception of a tastant. An unpleasant perception may occur when a normally pleasant taste is present, or the perception may occur when no tastant is present (gustatory hallucination).
Synonym(s): parageusia
[dys- + G. geusis, taste]

dysgeusia

/dys·geu·sia/ (-goo´zhah) parageusia.

dysgeusia

[disgo̅o̅′zhə]
Etymology: Gk, dys + geusis, taste
an abnormal or impaired sense of taste.

dysgeusia

Neurology A distortion or perversion of the sense of taste, impaired taste. See Taste.

dys·geu·si·a

(dis-gū'sē-ă)
Impairment or perversion of the gustatory sense.
[dys- + G. geusis, taste]

Dysgeusia

Unpleasant alteration of taste sensation, often with a metallic taste.
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dys·geu·si·a

(dis-gū'sē-ă)
Distortion or perversion in the perception of a tastant.
[dys- + G. geusis, taste]

dysgeusia

(disgyoo´zēə),
n an abnormal or impaired sense of taste.
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