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Smell and Taste Effects of COVID

Chemosensory Function Related to COVID

The UCSF Division of Rhinology and Skull Base surgery publishes its third peer-reviewed research article on chemosensory function related to COVID infection. Drs. Jose Gurrola II, Patricia Loftus, Lauren Roland, Jolie Chang, and Steven Cheung provide a detailed and scientific analysis of changes to olfaction (smell) among patients with the COVID infection. Our research teams continue to provide innovative research that aides in fighting and understanding the pandemic.

You may read the papers below:
Short‐term chemosensory distortions and phantoms in COVID‐19
Temporal Profile of Olfactory Dysfunction in COVID-19
Smell and taste symptom‐based predictive model for COVID‐19 diagnosis