Atypical Prosopalgia

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    Atypical Prosopalgia

    GENERAL According to the International Headache Society, atypical prosopalgia is defined as the continuous facial pain not having the classical features of cranial neuralgias and for which no specific cause can be identified.  According to these criteria, the diagnosis of atypical prosopalgia is considered probable if the facial pain is well-localised, daily and lasts throughout [...]