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Altundag A., Saatci O., Kandemirli S. G., Sanli D. E. T., Duz O. A., ŞANLI A. N., ...More
LARYNGOSCOPE, vol.131, 2021 (SCI-Expanded)
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Objectives/Hypothesis Prognosis of post-traumatic olfactory dysfunction is poor, with medical treatment options showing limited success rates. Olfactory training (OT) has been introduced as a potential therapeutic option in olfactory dysfunction. We aimed to identify the imaging features that would predict a better response to OT and create an imaging-based prognostic scale.