Visceral diseases of chest and throat tied to non- odontogenic orofacial pain
Referred orofacial pain may be the symptom of visceral diseases of the chest and throat. Early diagnosis by vigilant dentists can help rule out the odontogenic origin of the pain and lead to apt diagnosis and treatment, states an article published in the journal of American. Daniel E. Myers from Florida conducted a review to show that referred orofacial pain can be the chief symptom or...
Daniel E. Myers, DDS, MS Review of visceral throat and chest disorders causing nonodontogenic orofacial pain Published:March 08, 2022 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.adaj.2022.01.007
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