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Topirimate-Induced Burning Mouth Syndrome

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Burning mouth syndrome is a chronic pain condition characterized by burning, painful sensations within the oral cavity. A patient developed symptoms of burning mouth syndrome after initiating topiramate treatment for headache prevention. The symptoms resolved when the medication was discontinued, and the association was replicated upon re-challenge of the drug.

Keywords: burning mouth syndrome; neuropathic pain; stomatodynia; topiramate

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2010-09-01

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