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INTRODUCTION Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is characterized by an oral burning sensation in the absence of any organic disorders of the oral cavity. Although the cause of BMS is not known, a complex association of biological and psychological factors has been identified, suggesting the existence of a multifactorial etiology. MATERIAL AND METHOD A(More)
It has been well documented in the literature that ibuprofen interacts with different groups of antihypertensive drugs (beta-adrenergic blockers, alpha-adrenergic blockers, diuretics and angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors), reducing their antihypertensive activity. The mechanism of action of ibuprofen involves inhibition of the enzyme cyclooxygenase,(More)
Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is defined as a burning sensation of the oral mucosa, in the absence of specific oral lesions. The underlying etiology remains unclear. Peripheral alterations may be related to the density or reactive capacity of the oral mucosal membrane receptors - these being largely influenced by BMS-related risk factors such as stress,(More)
UNLABELLED Dry socket (DS) is a potential postoperative complication of dental extractions. It is clinically diagnosed by the presence of a denuded socket secondary to premature loss of the blood clot, and manifests as slight discomfort for the patient, followed by sudden worsening with intense or lancing pain. Since the underlying etiology is not clear,(More)
Four cases of midpalatal perforation in cocaine abusers are presented. Other potential etiological processes are discussed to establish an adequate differential diagnosis. These patients were treated at our department, due to the drawback promoted by the establishment of oronasal communication that was provided after an accurate diagnosis. Histopathological(More)
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