A heightened sense of smell may indicate an underlying medical condition. Learn about the causes of hyperosmia, as well as symptoms, complications, diagnosis, and treatment options. Check out the center below for more medical references on brain and nervous system conditions, including multimedia (slideshows, images, and quizzes), related diseases, treatment, diagnosis, medications, and prevention or wellness. Read more: What Does It Mean When Your Sense of Smell Is Enhanced? Article
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