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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Toothache

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Temporal muscle               Digastric muscle Masseter

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Myofascial syndrome

Myofascial syndrome. MEDECIN LIBRE

The myofascial syndrome: introduction These pains of muscular origin are encountered daily by doctors but are unfortunately poorly understood or ignored. However, they are responsible in some patients for major and disabling functional impairment. The

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Myofascial syndrome of the gluteus minimus: pseudo sciatica. MEDECIN ABONNE

Myofascial syndrome of the gluteus minimus muscle is responsible for pseudo-sciatica. The contracture of this muscle is responsible for pain projecting on the lateral part of the thigh sometimes up to the ankle (red zone).

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Head and neck muscles

Myofascial syndrome of the masseter muscle. MEDECIN LIBRE

The masseter muscle (muscle of the jaw, of mastication), (orange area) is located in front of the ear, from the lower jaw to the outer side of the eye. (Masseter muscle – Wikipedia) Referred pain

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Head and neck muscles

Temporal muscle myofascial syndrome ABONNE LIBRE

Headache related to contracture of an area of the temporalis muscle (orange area) is common. It is generally located at the level of the temple, above the orbit, and sometimes manifests itself by dental pain

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Post operative chronic pain