Nosologic uncertainty about carotidynia has arisen, in part, because the syndrome was initially classified as an atypical facial neuralgia. More recently, carotidynia has been characterized as a recurring vascular neck pain, often accompanied by carotid tenderness and soft tissue swelling and sometimes by vascular headaches. We now report that drugs useful… (More)


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