absence or loss of the sense of smell.
(pathol) loss of the sense of smell, usually as the result of a lesion of the olfactory nerve, disease in another organ or part, or obstruction of the nasal passages
“loss of sense of smell,” 1811, Modern Latin, from Greek an-, privative prefix (see an- (1)), + osme “smell” (Doric odme), from *odsme, cognate with Latin odor (see odor).
anosmia an·os·mi·a (ān-ŏz’mē-ə)
Loss of the sense of smell. Also called olfactory anesthesia.
- Anosognosic epilepsy
anosognosic epilepsy anosognosic epilepsy n. Epilepsy in which the individual is unaware of, or denies, the occurrence of seizures.
anostosis anostosis an·os·to·sis (ān’ŏs-tō’sĭs) n. Failure of ossification.
anospinal anospinal a·no·spi·nal (ā’nō-spī’nəl) adj. Relating to the anus and the spinal cord.
being one more or more of the same; further; additional: another piece of cake. different; distinct; of a different period, place, or kind: at another time; another man. very similar to; of the same kind or category as: What we need today is another Thomas Jefferson. one more; additional one: That first hot dog tasted […]