glossodynia

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glossodynia

(ˌɡlɒsəʊˈdɪnɪə)
n
(Pathology) med a condition characterized by a burning or tingling mouth region
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Noun1.glossodynia - pain in the tongue
hurting, pain - a symptom of some physical hurt or disorder; "the patient developed severe pain and distension"
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Some patients also experience burning mouth syndrome from amalgam tattoos.
A deficiency in vitamin D may cause burning mouth syndrome.
Burning mouth syndrome is one of those occasional but difficult problems that I see in my women's health practice.
VALENCIA, SPAIN -- Sucking on a clonazepam tablet for 3 minutes after every meal reduced pain, paresthesia, dry mouth, and altered sense of taste in patients with burning mouth syndrome in a retrospective study.
Nondental causes of oral facial pain can be associated with oral mucosal disorders, malignant disease and its therapy, salivary gland disorders, maxillary sinusitis, burning mouth syndrome, or atypical odontalgia.
Vague symptoms, more diffuse involvement, burning type of pain is reported in burning mouth syndrome than in HB.
Burning mouth syndrome is another sign and can also be a sign of systemic local allergy.
AMSTERDAM -- The incidence of burning mouth syndrome is considerably lower than previously reported, according to findings from the first population-based study of the disorder.
Burning mouth syndrome, another common side effect of dry mouth, is a neuropathic pain disorder that affects the tongue, lips, and palate.
Also, Heckmann et al showed that clonazepam relieves the pain in the patients with burning mouth syndrome [23].
Outcome predictors of initial treatment with topical lubricant and parafunctional habit control in burning mouth syndrome (BMS).