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  1. Which of the following is NOT considered a synonym for oral pain:
  1. Three primary causes have been identified as possible contributors of BMS:  Which one is not a possible contributor?
  1. All of the following systemic diseases are associated with BMS except:
  1. Somatosensory sensations refer to:
  1. Taste phantom is referred to as:
  1. BMS is described by patients as a burning sensation that is:
  1. All of the following may be described by a patient with BMS, except:
  1. A secondary form of BMS is associated with:
  1. Which of the following disease states may produce similar characteristics of BMS?
  1. Bruxing by patients with BMS may be managed by which of the following:
  1. Many patients with BMS notice the development of the symptoms after:
  1. All of the following may place a patient at risk for BMS EXCEPT:
  1. BMS is often misdiagnosed because:
  1. A patient with BMS, typically has seen multiple practitioners while searching for a diagnosis.  The delay in a diagnosis is due to:
  1. A high rate of BMS is found in:
  1. In the Lamey/Lewis Study, the researchers classified Type 2 BMS as having which of the following characteristics:
  1. Burning lips usually involve:
  1. All taste sensation is perceived:
  1. In classic BMS, the pain is usually found to be:
  1. BMS is found primarily in which age group:
  1. Medications used to manage BMS may also cause:
  1. The first step in assisting a patient with BMS is:
  1. Tricyclic antidepressant medications are helpful in some cases because:
  1. An enlarged, burning tongue could be associated with:
  1. Acupuncture may assist in BMS by altering which of the following?