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How the Brain Processes Smell

Loss of smell is frequently encountered following brain trauma.  Unfortunately most neurologists performing the standard neurological examination of the cranial nerves fail to test smell.

Here is an interesting information on a new study detailing how the brain processes smell. Click here to read further information about the study.  [See post of May 21 for further information on loss of smell and taste following traumatic brain injury]



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