Sunday, October 26, 2008

The E-Schnozz

This is kind of interesting. Only thing is, the presence of bacterial odor may not necessarily imply that pathology exists since the patient might just be colonized with the organism.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

A friend with chronic sinus disease says she can tell when she's got a sinus infection by the way things smell to her. Apparently, she can smell her own infections. She also has pseudomonas colonized in her sinuses, which I've heard is not a good thing (?).