cacosmia

Imagined perception of vile odors, including coprosmia (smelling feces) and necrosmia (the smell of death).
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Cacosmia

Irregularity in the sense of smell caused by brain damage.
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cacosmia

A subjective perception of nonexistent disagreeable odours; a variety of parosmia. ... Origin: G. Kakosmia, a bad smell, fr. Kakos, bad, + osme, the sense of smell ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cacosmia

(kak-ozĀ“me-ә) a sensation of bad smell not related to a specific odor, or associated with olfactory stimuli usually considered to be pleasant.
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cacosmia

cacosmia, kakosmia 1. An unpleasant odor. 2. A subjective perception of a disagreeable odor.
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cacosmia

Type: Term Pronunciation: kă-koz′mē-ă Definitions: 1. A perceived malodorous smell caused by a fetid substance, temporal lobe epilepsy, or psychosis. See: dysosmia
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