myofacial pain syndrome

myofacial pain syndrome

(1) TMJ syndrome, see there.
(2) Myofascial pain syndrome, see there.

myofacial pain syndrome

Internal medicine
1. TMJ syndrome, see there.
2. A referred pain pattern characteristic for an individual muscle Management Injection with local anesthetics, steroids, antiinflammatories. See Myofascial trigger point.
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