Effect of lingual nerve block on burning mouth syndrome (stomatodynia): A randomized crossover trial

@article{GrmeauRichard2010EffectOL,
  title={Effect of lingual nerve block on burning mouth syndrome (stomatodynia): A randomized crossover trial},
  author={Christelle Gr{\'e}meau-Richard and Claude Dubray and Bruno Aublet-Cuvelier and Sylvie Ughetto and Alain Woda},
  journal={PAIN®},
  year={2010},
  volume={149},
  pages={27-32}
}
Burning mouth syndrome (stomatodynia) is associated with changes of a neuropathic nature the main location of which, peripheral or central, remains unknown. A randomised, double-blind crossover design was used to investigate the effects of lingual nerve block on spontaneous burning pain and a possible correlation with the effects of topical clonazepam, the patient's response to a psychological questionnaire, and the taste and heat thresholds. The spontaneous burning was measured with a visual… CONTINUE READING
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