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A 54-year-old male presents to clinic with anosmia. He states that he has always been less sensitive to certain smells than others, but recently noticed that he could no longer smell spoiled milk. He reports intact taste. He also reports clear rhinorrhea and nasal obstruction that is worse on the right and is nonresponsive to saline irrigations and nasal steroid sprays. He denies fevers, headache, facial pain/pressure, cough, hoarseness, weight loss, or epistaxis. He denies recent travel, sick contacts, or known exposure to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). He has a history of a minimally displaced nasal bone fracture following a car accident in his late 20s; otherwise he denies history of head trauma and prior nasal surgeries…


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