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cacogeusia (kak oh GYOO see uh) (s) (noun), cacogeusias (pl)
An unpleasant or bad taste in the mouth which is a frequent complaint with idiopathic epilepsy when patients are receiving tranquilizer therapy and resulting in some somatic delusional conditions: Cacogeusia is not caused by food, drugs, or other material; but, it is usually a part of a sensation experienced at the beginning of a seizure or of psychomotor epilepsy.
This entry is located in the following units: caco-, cac-, kako-, kak- (page 3) geus-, geuma-, -geusia, -geusic, -geustia + (page 1)