Headache and Facial Pain. Ann Intern Med. 1990;113:644. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-113-8-644_1
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Anatomic, physiologic, psychologic, and behavioral considerations in diagnostic analysis and treatment. Specific consideration of several syndromes: pain arising from infected or otherwise injured (as in drug reactions) oral and pharyngeal mucosa; migraine and related vascular headaches; cluster headaches; neuralgias; fibromyalgia; temperomandibular arthralgia; ocular and otic pain; paranasal sinus problems; head injury. Detailed documentation of the text, with references carrying book titles but, unfortunately, no article titles. Has a detailed subject index.
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