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2,486 Possible Causes for chemical, detection, of, of, perception, sensory, stimulus, taste

  • Anosmia

    Interestingly, detection seems to interact with olfactory acuity in that subjects with a low olfactory sensitivity to androstenone were better able to detect its trigeminal[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Abstract A case of acute permanent anosmia is described in a renovation worker during exposure to a waterproof coating chemical.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Heymann, (1999) Sensory Evaluation of Food. 3 Meilgaard, M. C., G. V. Civille, and B. T. Carr, (2007) Sensory Evaluation Techniques Images from:[sensorysociety.org] METHOD: Using an fMRI olfactory stimulus paradigm, this study compared BOLD activation of the brain in a 21-year old male research subject with post-traumatic anosmia and[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] OBJECTIVE: To investigate taste, a component of flavor perception, using electrogustometry (EG) in patients with congenital anosmia associated with Kallmann syndrome (KS).[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] olfactoelectroencephalography (olfactoEEG) is based on brain activity desynchronisation, and on the subsequent disappearance of alpha activity on the posterior regions after an olfactory stimulus[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] In a cross-sectional analysis of the data, no associations of chemical exposure with olfactory test scores were observed.[doi.org]

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  • Hyposmia

    METHODS: Three hundred twelve patients with smell loss (hyposmia) were evaluated to determine characteristics of their loss by psychophysical measurements of detection and[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Damage of the olfactory epithelium, for example due to a chemical burn or infection, may cause hyposmia or even anosmia.[link.springer.com] ., & Heymann, H. (1999) Sensory Evaluation of Food: principles and practice.[sensorysociety.org] […] olfactory acuity by use of a rapid echo planar imaging technique in which one coronal brain section from the anterior cortical region was studied and a single olfactory stimulus[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] PURPOSE: Our goal was to use functional MRI (fMRI) to define brain activation in response to odors and imagination ("memory") of odors and tastes in patients who never recognized[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Finally, these results suggest that standardized emotion perception tasks may underestimate the emotion perception capabilities of people with TBI.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] including illness including upper respiratory infection, injury, polyps in the nasal cavities, sinus infections, hormonal disturbances, dental problems, exposure to certain chemicals[mainlinehealth.org]

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  • Parosmia

    […] s detection thresholds were always normal, and unlike others with TLE, he evidenced little impairment in identification or discrimination.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Smoking and chemical exposure Your olfactory system can sustain damage from smoking cigarettes. The toxins and chemicals in cigarettes can cause parosmia over time.[healthline.com] It damages the sensory cells in nose that are responsible for transmission of odor to the brain.[tandurust.com] The selective expectancy wave is only built up by the marked olfactory stimulus...[read.qxmd.com] - taste loss posterior 1/3 tongue Parageusia Primary acid taste disorder Primary bitter taste disorder Primary salt taste disorder Primary sweet taste disorder Primary taste[icd9data.com] Flavor dysfunction was noted by the patients as a perception of burned food, feces, or garbage.[doi.org] Research done at the Monell Chemical Senses Center has identified the smell of rotting flesh as the worst scent in the world, across cultures.[core.ecu.edu]

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  • Congenital Pain Insensitivity

    However, filtering for genes carrying two rare sequence variations detected 13 homozygous single nucleotide variants (SNV), all being located on chromosome 1.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] sensory and emotional experience, it substantially affects our behaviour, providing a survival advantage. 3 Normally, pain is detected by a complex system of mechanical and chemical[jmg.bmj.com] CIPA hereditary insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis hereditary sensory and autonomic neuropathy type IV hereditary sensory and autonomic neuropathy, type 4 HSAN type IV[ghr.nlm.nih.gov] Congenital pain insensitivity (CPI) is an autosomal recessive disorder characterized by the inability to discern physical pain although the ability to feel a stimulus is intact[symptoma.com] Indifference to pain means that the patient can perceive the stimulus, but lacks an appropriate response: they do not flinch or withdraw when exposed to pain.[en.wikipedia.org] This lack of functionality creates the absence of pain and temperature detection.[neurosciencefundamentals.unsw.wikispaces.net] […] birth and symptoms include floppiness, severe feeding difficulties (vomiting, constipation), pneumonia (that occurs because of an inability to swallow and cough), lack of taste[contact.org.uk]

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  • Sensory Deprivation

    No amplitude changes of compound muscle action potentials of ADM and FDI during peripheral stimulations were observed, while changes in F-wave responses were detected in both[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Ultraviolet lights, chemicals, and filtration help assure that water hygiene within the tanks is maintained at all times.[encyclopedia.com] Abstract Most afferent inputs are sensory stimulants, and physical activity is probably one of the most significant of all sensory stimulations.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] , and phantom taste perception, which is the false perception of taste.[lifeline.philips.com] The growing body of literature on the topic proposes that maladaptive changes in the brain are instrumental in creating phantom percepts, defined as the perception of a sensory[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] the original EEG activities during SD and the corresponding surrogation data can distinguish meaningful alpha and theta activities in the original data from accidentally detected[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] RESULTS: Demonstrated that children with atypical group had significantly poorer modulation detection threshold, peak sensitivity and bandwidth; and frequency discrimination[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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  • Hypersensitive to Stimuli

    A person with hypersensitivity may smell scents others cannot detect, get distracted by common sounds, such as a humming refrigerator, or avoid using playground equipment[chicagospeechtherapy.com] The book explores mechanisms of chemical sensitivity and chronic degenerative disease, their manifestations, diagnosis, and approaches to reverse dysfunction.[books.google.de] The TCTerms Team Read more: Forum Rules of Conduct Asking a Question Asker Mother tongues: Sindhi, Urdu Hypersensitive to sensory stimuli child care Context personal development[translatorscafe.com] Women displayed elevated response curves to the arousing and unpleasant stimulus, whereas men did not.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] ., touch, sight, hearing, taste, and smell. Children who are hypersensitive may complain about sensory stimuli that seem minor to others.[study.com] Mental attention has been shown to increase perception to gastrointestinal stimuli, 17 and there is evidence that psychological mechanisms play a role in modulating perception[gut.bmj.com] They found that people with sensory processing sensitivity tended to have more brain activity in the high-order visual processing regions, and in the right cerebellum, when detecting[thechart.blogs.cnn.com]

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  • Influenza

    We detected six reassortants with gene segments derived from human H1N1/H1N1pdm09 and various human H3N2 viruses that circulated during various periods since 1968.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] In another experiment, chickens that were immunosuppressed chemically showed high mortality when challenged with AIV H9N2.[doi.org] Clinical features include motor, sensory, and autonomic dysfunction such as limb weakness, severe pain, and sinus arrhythmia.[doi.org] We conclude that vitamin D, or lack of it, may be Hope-Simpson's 'seasonal stimulus'.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] generation of randomisation but the very nature of the intervention (gargling with water with or without povidone iodine versus standard gargling with no attempt at masking the taste[dx.doi.org] United @DCUnited @NFIDVaccines #FightFlu NFID Partners with the Sports Junkies to #FightFlu NFID Survey: Public Perceptions of Flu Protect Yourself, Protect Your Family CDC[nfid.org] […] morphologies of unfixed, glutaraldehyde-fixed and osmium tetroxide-fixed virions were quantitatively compared before and after ultracentrifugation, and it was found that, without chemical[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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  • Pharyngitis

    detected were four rhinoviruses and two coronaviruses.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Poor hygiene, a compromised immune system, chemical irritants, allergies, frequent sinus infections, the chronic close quarters of either large groups of people (especially[medicalook.com] After HSV enters the mucosal surface, it initiates replication and infects either sensory or autonomic nerve endings.[emedicine.medscape.com] Chief Complaint: the therapeutogenic stimulus as the primary, individualized endpoint in clinical trials. Journal of Pain 2012;13(4)Supplement:S6.[clinicaltrials.gov] Perceptions and attitudes of French general practitioners towards rapid antigen diagnostic tests in acute pharyngitis using a randomized case vignette study.[scielo.br] Non-infectious Non-infectious cases of acute pharyngitis result from mechanical, chemical or thermal irritation including cold air or acid reflux.[symptoma.com] Stir honey and lemon to taste into a glass of very hot water, allowing it to cool to room temperature before you or your children sip it.[web.archive.org]

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  • Dementia

    There is a growing interest in tests that detect dementia at an early stage, before symptoms have become problematic or noticeable.[web.archive.org] Microscopy and chemical imaging of Behcet brain tissue . Applied Surface Science, Vol. 255, Issue. 4, p. 1584.[doi.org] The other sensory stimulation interventions lack evidence, and there is a strong need for further research.[doi.org] In contrast, simpler verbal stereotypes/perseveration or stimulus bound behavior, such as echolalia, seem to be equally common across the three groups ( Nyatsanza et al.,[doi.org] The researchers say disease-related changes to the parts of your brain that control your taste buds and appetite may explain their findings.[prevention.com] Language, spatial or temporal orientation, judgment, perception, and other cognitive capacities decline, and personality changes may occur.[britannica.com] Fig. 1 Chemical profile of TJ-54 analysed by three-dimensional HPLC.[doi.org]

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  • Familial Dysautonomia

    The biochemical and genetic defects have remained elusive, precluding carrier detection and prenatal diagnosis.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] A newly established splicing reporter assay allowed us to visualize pathogenic splicing in cells and to screen small chemicals for the ability to correct the aberrant splicing[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Since several of the deficits can be identified as sensory-integrative and as such have been successfully treated in other contexts, it is suggested that sensory integration[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Once the subject signals stimulus perception, the temperature returns to baseline.[jnnp.bmj.com] This disorder is characterized by a smooth tongue devoid of fungiform papillae and of taste buds, and is clinically associated with poor taste discrimination.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] This led to an early detection and appropriate treatment of asymptomatic medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC).[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] All heterozygous insertions within the amplicons up to about 100 nucleotides in length appear to be detectable. Larger heterozygous insertions may not be detected.[preventiongenetics.com]

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