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  • n. The distortion or loss of the sense of taste.

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  • At this point my working diagnosis was dysgeusia as an adverse drug reaction to Plavix.

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  • By the way, the medical term for taste disturbance is "dysgeusia."

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  • The incidence of these adverse reactions in previously untreated patients who received VICTRELIS combination therapy compared with peginterferon and ribavirin alone were: fatigue (58 vs. 59 percent), anemia (50 vs. 30 percent), nausea (46 vs. 42 percent), dysgeusia (35 vs. 16 percent), respectively.

  • Of these commonly reported adverse reactions, fatigue, anemia, nausea, and dysgeusia occurred at rates greater than or equal to 5 percent above the rates for peginterferon alfa and ribavirin alone in either clinical study.

  • The incidence of these adverse reactions in previously treated patients who received VICTRELIS combination therapy compared with peginterferon and ribavirin alone were: fatigue (55 vs. 50 percent), anemia (45 vs. 20 percent), nausea (43 vs. 38 percent), dysgeusia (44 vs. 11 percent), respectively.

  • The most commonly reported adverse reactions greater than 35 percent in clinical trials in adult patients receiving the combination of VICTRELIS with peginterferon alfa-2b and ribavirin were fatigue, anemia, nausea, headache and dysgeusia.

  • Ask your buy cheap generic sporanox care dysgeusia if sporanox may interact with independent azoles that you take.

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  • Of the patients who did have a side effect, half had a decreased sense of taste, known as dysgeusia.

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  • The most common drug-related AEs in the study were gastrointestinal-related (nausea, vomiting, dysgeusia, abdominal pain, anorexia, diarrhea), skin irritation, and peripheral edema.

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  • Based on data from 773 patients in six phase 2 and phase 3 trials, the most commonly reported adverse reactions (greater than five percent) seen in the first 24 hours after receiving vernakalant were dysgeusia (taste disturbance) (20.1 percent), sneezing (14.6 percent) and paraesthesia (9.7 percent).

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  • See also cacogeusia and metallogeusia.

    May 16, 2011

  • A distorted sense of taste often due to a metabolic disturbance or pathological process in the brain.

    June 11, 2009