- •The China's National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) approved new olfactory test is reported for the first time.
- •The current study sought to investigate the efficacy of a new olfactory test designed for Chinese PD patients and compare it with the most commonly used olfactory test, B-SIT.
- •In clinical practice, neurologists routinely ask subjects if they feel smell loss and make the diagnosis base on the reply of subjects in China.
- •However, our findings suggest that self-reported hyposmia might be unreliable in the diagnosis of PD.
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