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1 Recruiting Study of Taste Deficits
Conditions: Taste Disorder;   Healthy
Intervention:
2 Recruiting Hypoglossal Acupuncture for Dysgeusia in Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy
Conditions: Acupuncture;   Taste Disorders;   Dysgeusia;   Chemotherapy;   Cancer
Interventions: Other: Hypoglossal acupuncture;   Other: Sham acupuncture;   Behavioral: Dietary recommendations
3 Not yet recruiting Taste And Smell TEsting in End Stage Renal Disease
Conditions: Kidney Failure, Chronic;   Olfaction Disorders;   Taste Disorders;   Malnutrition
Interventions: Other: Worsening of olfaction from enrollment visit to 6 months;   Other: Worsening of taste from enrollment visit to 6 months;   Other: Serum Zinc;   Other: Chronic rhinosinusitis;   Other: Dialysis adequacy;   Other: Decayed missing filled teeth index (DMFT)
4 Not yet recruiting Determination of the Safety and Effectiveness of an Oral Rinse in the Reduction of Medication Associated Metallic Taste
Condition: Medication Associated Metallic Taste , Dysgeusia
Interventions: Device: Metaqil™ Oral Rinse;   Device: Placebo
5 Recruiting Feeding Behavior and Taste Sensitivity Before and After Liver or Renal Transplantation
Conditions: Cirrhosis;   Food Preferences;   Taste Disorders;   Protein-Energy Malnutrition;   Chronic Renal Failure
Intervention:
6 Recruiting Zinc Supplementation in Cirrhotic Patients
Conditions: Dysgeusia;   Liver Cirrhosis
Interventions: Dietary Supplement: zinc gluconate;   Dietary Supplement: Placebo;   Behavioral: Nutritional education

Study has passed its completion date and status has not been verified in more than two years.