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Scientific & Medical Publications Utilizing Sensonics’ Products

Sensonics’ products are not designed to detect specific diseases or disorders. Nevertheless, alterations in smell function have been described using Sensonics’ products in a number of research studies. Listed below is a bibliography based upon such studies. Sensonics assumes no responsibility for the validity of any of these studies, and does not endorse the use of Sensonics’ products for diagnostic purposes.

Scientific & Medical Publications Utilizing Sensonics’ Products

Listed below are scientific and medical publications that have incorporated Sensonics’ products. References to studies employing The Smell Identification Test are followed by a code: “UPSIT” (University of Pennsylvania Smell Identification Test™). Studies employing other Sensonics’ products are signified by the following codes: “B-SIT®” (Brief Smell Identification Test®), “PST®” (Pocket Smell Test®), “ODMT®” (Odor Discrimination/Memory Test®), “PIT®” (Picture Identification Test®), “STT®” (Smell Threshold Test®), “S&S®” (Snap & Sniff® Threshold Test), “SCOTS®” (Self-Administered Computerized Olfactory Testing System®), “PSW®” (Pediatric Smell Wheel®), “PTC” (PTC Strips), or “EG” (Electrogustometer). This list is representative, not inclusive. Please contact Sensonics, Inc., if you are an investigator who uses Sensonics’ products and wish to have your publications included on this list. Papers are listed below under two categories: I. Non-clinical Papers; and II. Clinical Papers by Disorders.

Index to Non-Clinical Papers Using Sensonics’ Products

  1. Test Applications
  2. Test Development and Validation

Index to Clinical Papers Using Sensonics’ Products (By Disorder)

  1. 22q11 Deletion Syndrome
  2. Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
  3. Aging
  4. Alcoholism & Drug Abuse (see also Korsakoff’s Psychosis)
  5. Allergies, Nasal Inflammation, Nasosinus Disease, Polyposi & Upper Respiratory Infections
  6. Alzheimer’s Disease
  7. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis/Motor Neuron Disease
  8. Anaesthesia
  9. Aneurysms
  10. Anorexia Nervosa
  11. Aspergers Syndrome
  12. Ataxias
  13. Attention Deficit Disorder
  14. Autoimmunity
  15. Autonomic Disorder
  16. Bardet Biedl
  17. Bipolar Disorder
  18. Blindness
  19. Cancer
  20. Cataplexy
  21. Cerebrovascular Dysfunction
  22. Chemical Exposure
  23. Choanal Atresia
  24. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  25. Chronic Rhinosinusitis
  26. Churg-Strauss Syndrome
  27. Cigarette Smoking
  28. Congenital Anosmia/Hyposmia
  29. COVID-19
  30. Cystic Fibrosis
  31. Depression
  32. Diabetes
  33. Downs Syndrome
  34. Electrogustometer
  35. Epilepsy Temporal Lobe Resection/Brain Lesioning
  36. Essential Tremor
  37. Facial Paralysis
  38. Frontotemporal Lobe Degeneration
  39. Guamanian Als/PD/Dementia Syndrome
  40. Head Trauma
  41. Huntingtons Disease
  42. Influenza
  43. International Populations
  44. Intracranial
  45. Kallmanns Syndrome
  46. Korsakoffs Psychosis
  47. Laryngectomy
  48. Latrogenesis
  49. Leprosy
  50. Liver Disease
  51. Lubag
  52. Medications
  53. Migraines
  54. Multiple Chemical Hypersensitivity
  55. Multiple Sclerosis
  56. Mutated Genes
  57. Obesity
  58. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  59. Oral Submucous Fibrosis
  60. Orofacial Clefting (OFC)
  61. Orthostatic Tremor
  62. Panic Disorder
  63. Parkinson’s Disease
  64. Pediatric
  65. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  66. Pregnancy
  67. Progressive Supranuclear Palsy
  68. Pseudoparahypothyroidism
  69. Psychopathology
  70. Refsum Disease
  71. Restless Leg Syndrome
  72. Rhinoplasty
  73. Schizophrenia
  74. Seasonal Affective Disorder
  75. Sinus Surgery
  76. Sjogrens Syndrome
  77. Sleep Disturbances
  78. Spinocerebellar Ataxia
  79. Tongue Disorders
  80. Toxic Exposure
  81. Uvulopalatoplasty