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Medline ® Abstract for Reference 75

of 'Clinical manifestations and diagnosis of oral allergy syndrome (pollen-food allergy syndrome)'

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Burning mouth syndrome and secondary oral burning.
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Minor JS, Epstein JB
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Otolaryngol Clin North Am. 2011;44(1):205.
 
Burning mouth syndrome is a complex disorder of unclear etiology that is most prevalent in perimenopausal women. It is often accompanied by dysguesia and subjective xerostomia. Recent evidence implicates both central and peripheral neuropathies, possibly representing a phantom pain syndrome in some patients. Ensuring that the patient's oral burning is not secondary to some other local or systemic factor is central to appropriate management. Current standard therapies include clonazepam, paroxetine, and cognitive behavioral therapy, and several promising new alternatives are described.
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Department of Otolaryngology, University of Colorado at Denver, Denver, CO 80045, USA. jacob.minor@ucdenver.edu
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