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Burning Mouth Syndrome and Acupuncture
CASE HISTORY. 'ABSTRACT.
Background: Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is described as a sudden bilateral orofacial pain characterized as burning, scalding, tingling, or numbness. Diagnosis remains challenging and therapeutics are equally difficult. Complete spontaneous remission is rare. This article reports a case of BMS managed successfully with acupuncture.
Case: A 53-
Results: At her 3-
Conclusions: This case highlights the utility and effectiveness of acupuncture for BMS. Acupuncture, with few side-
MJ Susano, AM Araújo, A Pinto, D Veiga (2017) Burning Mouth Syndrome and Acupuncture. Pub.February 2017, ahead of print. doi:10.1089/acu.2016.1207. Medical Acupuncture, 2017