Synonyms for troposmia or Related words with troposmia

parosmia              cacosmia              phantosmia              osmophobia              hypergeusia              hyperosmia              hypogeusia              anosmia              ageusia              dysomia              hyperarousal              dysgeusia              phantageusia              hyposmia              dysphoria              dysosmia              bulbectomy              paresthesias              chronoceptive              hypoesthesia              dysesthesia              palinopsia              hyperacousis              misophonia              gustation              scotomata              hemianopsia              hyporeflexia              hypnogenic              hyperacusis              hallucination              phonophobia              anomia              ataxic              gustatory              agnosias              unpleasantness              derealization              allotriophagy              anxiousness              motorium              areflexia              oscillopsia              micropsia              dysaesthesia              apraxia              dyosmia              hypervigilance              hemihypacusis              impulsivity             

Examples of "troposmia"
Parosmia (from the Greek παρά "pará" and ὀσμή "osmḗ"), also known as troposmia (Gk.) or cacosmia (Gk.), is an olfactory dysfunction that is characterized by the inability of the brain to properly identify an odor's "natural" smell.
Another treatment option is the topical solution of cocaine HCl which also provides relief for a short time period by acting as an anesthetic and desensitizing the nasal neurons. The topical solution is applied on the nostril. This topical solution can have several side effects as it has been found that some patients suffering from troposmia started to show symptoms of phantosmia after its use. Other patients have lost complete function of the nostril where the drug was applied.
Olfactory dysfunction can be quantitative and/or qualitative. Quantitative smell disorders refer to disorders in which there is complete or partial loss of olfaction. Anosmia, the complete loss of olfaction, and hyposmia, the partial loss of olfaction are the two disorders classified as quantitative because they can be measured. Qualitative smell disorders can’t be measured and refer to disorders in which there is alternation or distortion in the perception of smell. Qualitative disorders include parosmia (also called troposmia) and phantosmia. The term dysosmia refers to a qualitative olfaction disorder and include both parosmia and phantosmia. Olfactory dysfunction including anosmia, hyposmia, and dysosmia can be either bilateral or unilateral on either nostril. Anosmia only on the left nostril would be termed unilateral left anosmia while bilateral anosmia would be termed total anosmia.
Dysosmia is a disorder described as any qualitative alteration or distortion of the perception of smell. Qualitative alterations differ from quantitative alterations, which include anosmia and hyposmia. Dysosmia can be classified as either parosmia (also called troposmia) or phantosmia. Parosmia refers to a distortion in the perception of an odorant. Odorants smell different from what one remembers. Phantosmia refers to the perception of an odor when there's no actual odorant present. The cause of dysosmia still remains a theory. It is typically considered a neurological disorder and clinical associations with the disorder have been made. Most cases are described as idiopathic and the main antecedents related to parosmia are URTIs, head trauma, and nasal and paranasal sinus disease. Dysosmia tends to go away on its own but there are options for treatment for patients that want immediate relief.