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Olfactory and taste disorder: The first and only sign in a patient with SARS-CoV-2 pneumonia

  • Youngeun Jang (a1), Hyo-Ju Son (a1), Seungjae Lee (a1), Eun Jung Lee (a1), Tae Hyong Kim (a1) and Se Yoon Park (a1)...
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Author for correspondence: Se Yoon Park, E-mail: sypark@schmc.ac.kr

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Olfactory and taste disorder: The first and only sign in a patient with SARS-CoV-2 pneumonia

  • Youngeun Jang (a1), Hyo-Ju Son (a1), Seungjae Lee (a1), Eun Jung Lee (a1), Tae Hyong Kim (a1) and Se Yoon Park (a1)...

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