Quantitative sensory testing in patients with or without ongoing pain one year after orthognathic surgery.

@article{Luo2014QuantitativeST,
  title={Quantitative sensory testing in patients with or without ongoing pain one year after orthognathic surgery.},
  author={Y. Luo and P. Svensson and J. Jensen and T. Jensen and B. Neuman and L. Arendt-Nielsen and K. Wang},
  journal={Journal of oral \& facial pain and headache},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 4},
  pages={
          306-16
        }
}
AIMS To (1) quantitatively investigate the possible long-term surgical impact of orthognathic surgery on the patients' trigeminal somatosensory functions and (2) investigate the influence of ongoing pain on the trigeminal somatosensory functions of the patients. METHODS A group of patients before orthognathic surgery (Pre-op), a group of patients 1 year after orthognathic surgery (Post-op), and a group of control participants (Control) were recruited (n = 28 in each group). A standardized… Expand
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