pseudogeusesthesia

pseudogeusesthesia

 [soo″do-go̳s″es-the´zhah]
a false sensation of taste associated with a sensation of another modality.
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col·or taste

a form of synesthesia in which the color sense and taste are associated, with stimulation of either sense inducing a subjective sensation in the associated sense.
Synonym(s): pseudogeusesthesia
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pseudogeusesthesia

(1) A term of waning use for a form of dysgeusia characterised by the perception of tastes in absence of an appropriate stimulus; in practice, these nuances are not always regarded as important.
(2) A rarely used term for an altered taste sensation linked to sensation from another modality—audio, tactile, visual.
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col·or taste

(kŏl'ŏr tāst)
A form of synesthesia in which the color sense and taste are associated, with stimulation of either sense inducing a subjective sensation in the associated sense.
Synonym(s): pseudogeusesthesia, colour taste.
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