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Facial pain and headache are common complaints of patients presenting to a hospital emergency room and clinicians, in general, are more comfortable evaluating and treating the primary and secondary headache syndromes. The evaluation of facial pain, however, provides more of a challenge, as medical personnel are often not as well versed in the differential diagnosis of the disorders that are the source of the discomfort. Our goal in this paper is to provide an easy framework for the acute evaluation and treatment of patients presenting to the emergency room with facial pain that is not the result of a primary headache disorder.
Facial pain, Facial neuralgia, Eye pain, Trigeminal nerve disorder, Orofacial pain, Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine, Critical Decisions in Emergency Medicine, Emergency Care and Medicine, Emergency Care Nursing, Emergency Care Practice, Emergency Critical Care, Emergency Drugs, Emergency Internal Medicine