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Orofacial pain

13:04 EDT 16 May 2018 | British Medical Journal

What you need to knowOrofacial pain is not a hallmark feature of rhinosinusitis and affects only 10% of patients with rhinosinusitisConsider alternative diagnoses such as migraine, midfacial segment...

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