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This article is from The Korean Journal of Pain, volume 27.AbstractBurning Mouth Syndrome (BMS) is defined as a chronic orofacial pain syndrome, without evidence of mucosal lesions and other clinical signs of disease or laboratory abnormalities. Patients with BMS complain of burning pain in the mouth, xerostomia and taste disturbances. It is more c

Author: Raghavan, Shubhasini Attavar; Puttaswamiah, Rajiv Nidasale; Birur, Praveen N; Ramaswamy, Bhanushree; Sunny, Sumsum P

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