Facial pain clinic
Clinical study of patients with persistent orofacial pain. Valle VII. We find 11 different diagnoses among the 26 patients: pulpitis 7 , leukemia 1 , oropharyngeal tumor 1 , atypical odontalgia 1 , Eagle's syndrome 1 , trigeminal neuralgia 4 , continuous neuralgia 1 , temporomandibular disorders 9 , fibromyalgia 2 , tension-type headache 1 , conversion hysteria 2. After the treatment program all patients had a six-month follow-up period with pain relief, except the patient with tumor. Key words: orofacial pain, trigeminal neuralgia, tumor, temporomandibular disorders, atypical facial pain. The complex innervation and function of facial structures makes the diagnosis of facial pain and its treatment very difficult and frustrating 1,2.
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Facial Pain & Sleep Center
Brotman Facial Pain Clinic - University of Maryland, Baltimore
Diferential diagnosis in atypical facial pain: a clinical study. These data support the need of trained health professionals in multidisciplinary groups for the accurate diagnosis and treatment of these patients. Key words: atypical facial pain, orofacial pain, facial pain, trigeminal neuralgia, tumor, temporomandibular disorders. There is a great variability of kinds of facial pain, including odontalgias, neuralgias, infections, tumors 2 , temporomandibular disorders TMD , sinusopathies, and atypical pain. Besides, the face is a common target of referral pain from head and neck 3 , or even thorax 4.
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University of Maryland School of Dentistry
At The Facial Pain Center, we don't just treat symptoms. We treat the causes of TMD and sleep apnea to ensure a better and more enjoyable lifestyle for our patients. Our team works collaboratively with physicians, physical therapists and psychologists to determine the right path for each and every situation.
Department of Neural and Pain Sciences W. Baltimore St. Room Baltimore, MD
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