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Taste disturbance 

Taste disturbance
Taste disturbance

Carla Ripamonti

and Fabio Fulfaro

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date: 23 June 2021

Chapter 22 discusses taste disturbance in cancer patients, where taste disturbance occurs as a result of a reduction in taste sensation (hypogeusia), an absence of taste sensation (ageusia), or a distortion of normal taste sensation (dysgeusia).

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