Differential diagnosis of facial pain.
|2001, N° 1 (Vol. 101/1)|
|We will describe the differential diagnosis of primary
and secondary facial pains and present illustrative case
studies. The diagnosis of facial pain needs a multidisci-plinary
approach if the clinical presentation is not
pathognomic. While patients with acute facial pain
urgently need treatment, those with chronic facial pain
need at priority a correct diagnosis.|
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