Taste disorders after tonsillectomy: A long-term follow-up
The Laryngoscope,  Clinical Article

Heiser C et al. – The long–term follow–up study shows that dysgeusia following tonsillectomy occurs in approximately 1% of patients. These data should be considered when patients are informed about complications after tonsillectomy.

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