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Table 2 Subjective symptoms of taste disorders

From: Ethyl loflazepate as a treatment for patients with idiopathic and psychogenic taste disorder

Phantogeusia: Having a certain taste although there is nothing in the mouth.
Hypogeusia: The taste of food fades.
Taste hypersensitivity: The taste of food becomes stronger.
Different taste: Feeling a different taste from the original.
Dissociable: A specific taste cannot be felt.
Bad taste: A bad taste in the mouth regardless of the flavor of the food.