Burning Mouth Syndrome and Psychotropic Medications

Today we are excited to announce that we crossed 250 chapters in Physician’s Guide for Clinical Psychiatry Course. 

Here is Chapter #252 (which is available for a free preview):

This chapter will be discussed in the following six sections:

  1. Clinical features and commonly affected areas.
  2. Demographics (Age & Sex).
  3. Rule out following causes first.
  4. Causes: Psychotropic and Non-Psychotropic Medications.
  5. Topical treatment
  6. Systemic treatment

PHYSICIAN’S GUIDE FOR CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY COURSE

TABLE OF CONTENT: 252 CHAPTERS

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