## [A clinical approach to cranial neuralgias].

The International Association for the Study of Pain defines neuralgia as the pain that is felt in the distribution of a nerve or nerve root. Although the most important criterion for its diagnosis is spatial, distinguishing between neuralgia and other types of pain in the craniofacial area will only be possible by looking at a set of many clinical characteristics as a whole.

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