Chronic orofacial pain.

  title={Chronic orofacial pain.},
  author={Rafael Benoliel and Yair Sharav},
  journal={Current pain and headache reports},
  volume={14 1},
Chronic orofacial pain (COFP) is an umbrella term used to describe painful regional syndromes with a chronic, unremitting pattern. This is a convenience term, similar to chronic daily headaches, but is of clinically questionable significance: syndromes that make up COFP require individually tailored diagnostic approaches and treatment. Herein we describe the three main categories of COFP: musculoskeletal, neurovascular, and neuropathic. For many years, COFP and headache have been looked upon as… CONTINUE READING

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