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Medic-All Smell Center, Taichung VGH 〉 Diagnosis and Management of Olfactory Disorders

Diagnosis and Management of Olfactory Disorders

Diagnosis and Management of Olfactory Disorders

1. Diagnosis of different olfactory disorders
2. Treatment of rhinosinusitis-related and post-traumatic olfactory dysfunction
3. Management of olfactory disorders using traditional Chinese medicine

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Overview
Our center has been equipped with many olfactory tests including Smell Threshold Test, University of Pennsylvania Smell Identification Test, Self-administered Computerized Olfactory Testing System, et al. We also work with the department of Radiology to use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and functional MRI to diagnose olfactory disorders. We develop different treatment strategies for olfactory disorders including traditional Chinese medicine and have the most experiences in treating post-traumatic olfactory dysfunction with the best results in the world.
Features
More than 1,000 patients have been tested in our center every year, and about 20 patients with congenital anosmia have been diagnosed by magnetic resonance imaging. We treated patients with post-traumatic anosmia with prednisolone and zinc and got a 28.2% improvement rate. Patients with post-infectious olfactory dysfunction were treated with prednisolone, traditional Chinese medicine, and olfactory training and about 60% of patients got improved in their olfactory function.
Service Procedure
The Patient comes to the smell center. The physician takes the history and examines the patient. The smell test is arranged. Then, the physician reads the report and make a diagnosis. The treatment options are discussed with the patient.



Notification
The diagnosis and treatment of different olfactory disorders might need several visits.
Estimated Cost
(Prices listed below are for reference. Actual cost may be according to the real expense during the hospitalization.)
Depending on the nature of olfactory disorders, the service fee ranges from 2,000 to 10,000 US dollars.
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