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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Cervical myofacial pain syndrome, migraine, trigeminal neuralgia, nasopharyngeal lesions, tonsillitis, otitis, neck pain, psychosomatic diseases, nervus intermedius neuralgia, atherosclerosis, dental pains, glossopharyngeal neuralgia and temporomandibular joint disorders should be considered in differential diagnosis (1,11,20).
Myofacial pain syndrome, facet and sacroiliac joint arthritis often produce pain that radiates into the lower extremity and they are unlikely to respond to this form of therapy.
Myofacial pain syndrome (MPS) affects many millions more.