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What is cacosmia and what is its relation to deamination and nerve degeneration .And can these two conditions cause this.Explain the relation with brain and mood disorders?

What is cacosmia and what is its relation to deamination and nerve degeneration .And can these two conditions cause this.Explain the relation with brain and mood disorders?

Cacosmia: The imagining of unpleasant odors, particularly putrefactive odors, an unpleasant phantosmia.Psychiatric etiologies for olfactory distortion can exist with schizophrenia, alcoholic psychosis, depression and olfactory reference syndrome). Also been observed with epilepsy. This can also occur due to peripheral damage to the olfactory system. ...Read more

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What exactly is a brain lesion? And what is Cacosmia? My dr. thinks it could be that but didn't give me any details about the condition.

What exactly is a brain lesion? And what is Cacosmia? My dr. thinks it could be that but didn't give me any details about the condition.

HallucinationOfUnpla: It is hallucination(imagining)of unpleasant odor particularly putrefactive odor. Brain lesion is a lesion in Brain You should always ask the doctors what they are talking about and what it mean.It is duty of the doctors to explaiin things so that you can understand in non medical language ...Read more

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Weird smell in nose when bending over, or burping/coughing/yawning. Dr. said could be Cacosmia or a fungal infection. What is Cacosmia? He didn't say.

Weird smell in nose when bending over, or burping/coughing/yawning. Dr. said could be Cacosmia or a fungal infection. What is Cacosmia? He didn't say.

Imagining a bad odor: It is the imaging or perception of a bad or foul odor. It can be psychological or some times associated with a brain tumor. It also can be associated with reflux, sinus infections, or infected rhinitis. Oral hygiene problems or halitosis. See if your physician can refer you to an ENT for a check up. ...Read more

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What cause bp?

What cause bp?

BP definition.: The blood pressure is the resistance to blood flow through the body. The higher number is the resistance when the heart pumps, and the lower number is the resistance when the heart relaxes and fills. High BP can lead to problems with the heart, kidneys, eyes, blood vessels and brain. 95% of the time, there's no one specific cause perhaps other than genetics. ...Read more

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What cause add?

What cause add?

Many things: The cause of adhd symptoms are many, allergies, low blood sugar, learning problems, nutritional deficiencies to name a few. Everyone deserves a thorough medical evaluation to look for these causes. ...Read more

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What cause add?

What cause add?

Not known.: It used to be thought it came from slight brain damage during pregnancy, but no longer. Perhaps it's an adaptive trait for very threatening environments left over from earlier evolution. Maybe, too, that's why it's so common. ...Read more

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What causes add?

What causes add?

Don't really know: The actual cause of adhd is really unknown. Spect scans have been able to show abnormalities in the frontal lobe of those with adhd, but this doesn't explain cause. It is believed to be a chemical, rather than purely a behavioral disorder. Theories on cause are endless from diet, genetics, vitamin deficiency, toxin exposure, fetus development, etc. ...Read more

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What causes crf?

What causes crf?

Chronic renal fail: Causes of chronic renal failure can include: polycystic kidney disease, chronic urinary tract obstruction, diabetes, hypertension, glomerulonephritis & reflux of urine back into kidneys. ...Read more

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Cause of headche?

Depends: It greatly depends on the type of headache you have, location, quality, associated symptoms, etc, etc. ...Read more

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What causes exzma?

What causes exzma?

Itch that rashes: In eczema, the 'hallmark' is the itch that rashes, where there is a cycle of itch-scratch that perpetuates this condition. Other skin conditions may mimic eczema, so evaluation by your doctor or dermatologist is warranted. Atopic individuals have a personal or famiy history of asthma, allergic rhinitis, nasal polyps, or "sensitive" skin. ...Read more

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