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High proportion of patients referred to a psychosomatic dental clinic owing to atypical odontalgia had psychiatric comorbidities, but these seemed to not be associated with pain levels



High proportion of patients referred to a psychosomatic dental clinic owing to atypical odontalgia had psychiatric comorbidities, but these seemed to not be associated with pain levels



Journal of the American Dental Association 149(7): E109




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DOI: 10.1016/j.adaj.2018.01.043


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