Prevalence of nasal mucosal contact points in patients with facial pain compared with patients without facial pain.


A cohort of 973 consecutive attendants at a rhinology clinic was studied prospectively and divided into patients without facial pain (n = 566, 58 per cent) and patients with facial pain (n = 407, 42 per cent). The prevalence of nasal mucosal contact points was the same in both groups, being four per cent in patients with nasal contact points without facial… (More)