Taste fatigue | definition of taste fatigue by Medical dictionary
taste fatigue Critical care A taste-driven loss of desire to ingest a particular food–eg, oral supplements, in a CA Pt undergoing oral feeding, because the Pt can no longer tolerate the taste. See Cancer cachexia.
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