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Burning Mouth Syndrome.

Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) is a rare chronic neuropathic pain condition characterized by recurring burning pain or dysesthesia in the absence of any local or systemic causes of symptoms. The exact pathophysiology of BMS is unknown, but recent research suggests a medley of neuropathic, endocrinological, and psychosocial elements. This article presents a case history and reviews the epidemiology, diagnostic criteria, clinical features, diagnostic investigations, pathophysiology, and management of BMS.

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