Chronic pain and weather conditions in patients suffering from temporomandibular disorders: a pilot study
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The analyses suggest the existence of different interindividual responses to climatic changes. However, the identified putative role of meteorological variables and of their two–way interactions suggests that further investigations on larger samples may be useful to assess the research question under examination.
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