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Pharmacological Aprroach on Atypical Odontalgia patients : a systematic review on case reports

Introduction: Atypical odontalgia (AO) is an idiopathic orofacial pain condition in the form of persistent

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    Fakultas Kedokteran Gigi
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    617.605 Dan P
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  • Introduction: Atypical odontalgia (AO) is an idiopathic orofacial pain condition in the form of persistent
    dentoalveolar pain without any pathology on clinical nor radiographic examination.. The pharmacological
    approach used, is per case. This may be due to the differences in etiology, clinical symptoms, as well as
    comorbidities in each patient. This systematic review aimed on identifying and comprehending the adequate
    pharmacological approaches in AO management. Methods: In this systematic review, case reports that used
    pharmacological approach(es) as part of the AO management in the last 10 years (2010 to 2020) were
    reviewed by using the PRISMA analysis guidelines. Initial screening was performed by using keywords and
    inclusion criteria in several databases. Subsequently further screening was carried out by checking for
    duplication, title and abstract, and the entire content of the case report. All three authors were independently
    involved in studies selection based on the inclusion criteria, data extraction, as well as bias assessment.
    Results: Five hundred and ninety-five articles were identified from the initial search. The final result consisted
    of eleven case reports that were reviewed in this study. The use of antidepressants in AO management was
    reported in eight cases, anticonvulsants in five cases, antipsychotic in two cases, analgesics opioids in two
    cases, and topical analgesics in two cases. Conclusion: Based on this systematic review, various kinds of
    pharmacological agents showed adequate results when used to treat AO. Antidepressants seemed to be the
    most effective one. All case reports reported that all patients were in a pain free condition during a follow up
    session, at a few weeks after treatment to several months after treatment.
    Keywords: Atypical odontalgia, pain, orofacial pain, pharmacological approach, treatment
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