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Presence of olfactory event-related potentials predicts recovery in patients with olfactory loss following upper respiratory tract infection.

Bibliographic reference Rombaux, Philippe ; Huart, Caroline ; Collet, Stéphanie ; Eloy, Philippe ; Negoias, Simona ; et. al. Presence of olfactory event-related potentials predicts recovery in patients with olfactory loss following upper respiratory tract infection.. In: The Laryngoscope, Vol. 120, no. 10, p. 2115-8 (2010)
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