pseudosmia

pseudosmia

 [soo″doz´me-ah]
a sensation of odor without the appropriate stimulus.
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pseu·dos·mi·a

(sū-doz'mē-ă),
Subjective sensation of an odor that is not present.
[pseudo- + G. osmē, smell]
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pseu·dos·mi·a

(sū-doz'mē-ă)
Subjective sensation of an odor that is not present.
[pseudo- + G. osmē, smell]
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pseudosmia

(soo-dŏz′mē-ă) [″ + osme, smell]
An olfactory hallucination or perversion of the sense of smell.
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