Burning Mouth Syndrome: Will Better Understanding Yield Better Management?

@article{MaltsmanTseikhin2007BurningMS,
  title={Burning Mouth Syndrome: Will Better Understanding Yield Better Management?},
  author={Alexander Maltsman-Tseikhin and P Moricca and David Niv},
  journal={Pain Practice},
  year={2007},
  volume={7}
}
Abstract:  “Burning mouth syndrome” (BMS) refers to a chronic orofacial pain disorder usually unaccompanied by mucosal lesions or other clinical signs of organic disease. BMS is typically characterized by a continuous, spontaneous, and often intense burning sensation as if the mouth or tongue were scalded or on fire. 
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