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ageusia

Overview page. Subjects: Dentistry — Psychology.

Absence of the sense of taste. Compare cacogeusia, dysgeusia, hypergeusia, hypogeusia, parageusia, taste blindness. ageusic adj. [From Greek a- without + geusis taste + -ia indicating a...

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cacogeusia

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The sensation or illusion of an unpleasant taste, not related to the ingestion of specific substances and often caused by a neurological disorder e.g. epilepsy.

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hypergeusia

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Abnormally heightened taste sensitivity. Compare ageusia, cacogeusia, dysgeusia, hypogeusia, parageusia, taste blindness. hypergeusic adj. [From Greek hyper over + geusis taste + -ia indica...

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hypogeusia

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n. a condition in which the sense of taste is abnormally weak. See also hypoaesthesia.

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parageusia

Overview page. Subjects: Psychology — Medicine and Health.

Abnormal taste sensation. See ageusia, cacogeusia, dysgeusia, hypergeusia, hypogeusia, taste blindness. [From Greek para beside or beyond + geusis taste + -ia indicating a condition or...

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stomatitis

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(stoh-mă-ty-tis)

inflammation of the mucous lining of the mouth.

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taste blindness

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An impaired ability to taste certain sapid substances such as PTC or propylthiouracil (PROP), or less commonly a complete absence of taste (ageusia). Compare cacogeusia, dysgeusia,...

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