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The information provided is for reference only. The diagnosis and managmenet of a patient's pain problem should be made under the direct personal care of a medical, dental, or other health practitioner,

The articles above are reproduced from: Orofacial Pain - Problem Based Learning by Russell Vickers, with the permission of the author and publisher. Published by Sydney University Press, 2005.