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Olfactory Bulb MRI and Paranasal Sinus CT Findings in Persistent COVID-19 Anosmia
(Elsevier Inc., 19.10.2020)
Background and purpose: There is limited literature consisting of case reports or series on olfactory bulb imaging in COVID-19 olfactory dysfunction. An imaging study with objective clinical correlation is needed in COVID-19 ...
Olfactory cleft measurements and COVID-19 – related anosmia
(American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation, 2020)
Objective. This study aimed to investigate the differences in olfactory cleft (OC) morphology in coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) anosmia compared to control subjects and postviral anosmia related to infection other ...
The temporal course of COVID‑19 anosmia and relation to other clinical symptoms
(European Laryngological Society, 11.2020)
Objective This study aimed to defne the clinical course of anosmia in relation to other clinical symptoms. Methods 135 patients with COVID-19 were reached by phone and subsequently included in the study. Olfactory functions ...
Relationship between disease severity and serum IL-6 levels in COVID-19 anosmia
Abstract Background: An association between IL-6 levels and cytokine storm syndrome in COVID-19 patients has been suggested. Cases with higher IL-6 levels have more rapid progression and a higher complication rate. On the ...