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Predominance of an altered sense of smell or taste among long-lasting symptoms in patients with mildly symptomatic COVID-19

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P. Boscolo-Rizzo - J. Polesel - G. Spinato - A. Menegaldo - C. Fabbris - L. Calvanese - D. Borsetto - C. Hopkins

There is mounting evidence that a new onset of altered sense
of smell or taste is related to severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection. In order to allow patients to recognize symptoms indicative of SARS-CoV-2 infection and self-isolate at the earliest opportunity, self-reported loss of smell and taste have greater value in controlling disease transmis- sion than psychophysical testing, which is not widely available outside of highly specialized clinics.

P. Boscolo-Rizzo - J. Polesel - G. Spinato - A. Menegaldo - C. Fabbris - L. Calvanese - D. Borsetto - C. Hopkins - Predominance of an altered sense of smell or taste among long-lasting symptoms in patients with mildly symptomatic COVID-19

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