Dysgeusia can occur when a taste nerve is damaged, causing a person to perceive tastes that are not there, notably salty, metallic, or bitter sensations. Taste alteration may also be a side effect of certain types of drugs. (Ratey, John J., MD. A User’s Guide to the Brain. NY: Vintage Books, 2002, p. 74)

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