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Fecha de publicación: 02/05/2018

Autores: Valentin A. Schriever, MD1,2, Eduardo Agosin, PhD3, Aytug Altundag, MD4, Hadas Avni, MD5, Helene Cao Van, MD6, Carlos Cornejo, PhD7, Gonzalo de los Santos, MD8, Gad Fishman, MD9, Claudio Fragola, MD8, Marco Guarneros, PhD10, Neelima Gupta, MD11, Robyn Hudson, PhD10, Reda Kamel, MD12, Antti Knaapila, PhD13,14, Iordanis Konstantinidis, MD15, Basile N. Landis, MD16, Maria Larsson, PhD17, Johan N. Lundström, PhD18,19, Alberto Macchi, MD20, Franklin Mariño-Sánchez, MD8,21, Lenka Martinec Nováková, PhD22,23, Eri Mori, MD24, Joaquim Mullol, MD21, Marie Nord, MSc17, Valentina Parma, PhD18,25, Carl Philpott, MD26,27, Evan J. Propst, MD28, Ahmed Rawan, MD12, Mari Sandell, PhD29, Agnieszka Sorokowska, PhD30,31, Piotr Sorokowski, PhD30, Lisa-Marie Sparing-Paschke1, Carolin Stetzler, MD1, Claudia Valder32, Jan Vodicka, MD33, and Thomas Hummel, MD1

Abstract: Objective To assess olfactory function in children and to create and validate an odor identification test to diagnose olfactory dysfunction in children, which we called the Universal Sniff (U-Sniff) test.

Study design This is a multicenter study involving 19 countries. The U-Sniff test was developed in 3 phases including 1760 children age 5-7 years. Phase 1: identification of potentially recognizable odors; phase 2: selection of odorants for the odor identification test; and phase 3: evaluation

Área de la especialidad: Rinología

Datos bibliográficos: THE JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS • www.jpeds.com

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