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Orofacial Pain. From Basic Science To Clinical Management, 2nd Edition
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    Category Type
    Dentistry & Oral Medicine
    ISBN
    9780867154580.0
    Item EAN
    2724330361072
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    Author
    Barry J. Sessle
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    Publisher
    Quintessence Pub Co
    Category Type
    Dentistry & Oral Medicine
    ISBN
    9780867154580.0
    Item EAN
    2724330361072
    People
    Author
    Barry J. Sessle
    People
    Publisher
    Quintessence Pub Co
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    Book Language
    English
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    This revised and expanded edition highlights the importance of understanding the biologic and psychologic pain mechanisms to prepare clinicians who treAt patients presenting with a variety of pain symptoms. In addition to presenting objective definitions and descriptions of pain and its physical

    This revised and expanded edition highlights the importance of understanding the biologic and psychologic pain mechanisms to prepare clinicians who treAt patients presenting with a variety of pain symptoms. In addition to presenting objective definitions and descriptions of pain and its physical effects, the authors include evidence-based research on how the pain experience may be influenced by genetics, gender, or individual psychosocial and health histories. Extending well beyond basic toothache and TMDs, this book covers pathologic conditions of surrounding orofacial structures and nonodontogenic pain disorders thAt may manifest as orofacial pain as well, including new chapters on headache and orofacial pain related movement disorders. Chapters on management guide clinicians on how to develop practical and compassionate treatment plans based on logical evaluation methods, accurate diagnosis, and appropriate pharmacologic treatment, or how to decide when referral to other health care providers is warranted. A series of case studies demonstrates the effective application of this information to clinical situations.

 

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