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Synonyms for glossodynia

pain in the tongue


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Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) was diagnosed after ruling out all possible organic causes.
de Laat, "Management of burning mouth syndrome: systematic review and management recommendations," Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontology, vol.
Burning mouth syndrome is one of those occasional but difficult problems that I see in my women's health practice.
Seventy-two patients who met International Headache Society criteria for burning mouth syndrome were instructed to place a 1-mg tablet of clonazepam in their mouths after each meal and suck on it for 3 minutes, holding their saliva in the painful areas of the mouth without swallowing.
Burning mouth syndrome: recognition, understanding, and management.
Burning mouth syndrome is another sign and can also be a sign of systemic local allergy.
AMSTERDAM -- The incidence of burning mouth syndrome is considerably lower than previously reported, according to findings from the first population-based study of the disorder.
Burning mouth syndrome, another common side effect of dry mouth, is a neuropathic pain disorder that affects the tongue, lips, and palate.
Also, Heckmann et al showed that clonazepam relieves the pain in the patients with burning mouth syndrome [23].
** Some middle-aged women may begin to experience a burning sensation in the lips, palate and tongue--a poorly understood (and difficult to diagnose) condition known as burning mouth syndrome. This condition is sometimes accompanied by dry mouth, thirst, altered taste perception, changes in eating habits, irritability, depression and reduced desire to socialize and interact with others.
a) Burning Mouth Syndrome (12)-Some patients complain of burning sensation in wearing complete denture.
The etiology and pathogenesis of burning mouth syndrome is incognita.