Facial Pain: Diagnosis and Management

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Abstract

Patients with facial pain are commonly referred to the otorhinolaryngology department by their general practitioner and other specialists. Most patients are convinced that it is sinus related pain although in reality only a small proportion of these patients have sinogenic pain. This review aims to present the common causes of facial pain and the management of this condition.

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