neuralgia

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Related to glossopharyngeal neuralgia: glossopharyngeal nerve, trigeminal neuralgia, Occipital neuralgia

neu·ral·gia

 (no͝o-răl′jə, nyo͝o-)
n.
Sharp, severe paroxysmal pain extending along a nerve or group of nerves.

neu·ral′gic adj.

neuralgia

(njʊˈrældʒɪə)
n
(Medicine) severe spasmodic pain caused by damage to or malfunctioning of a nerve and often following the course of the nerve
neuˈralgic adj

neu•ral•gia

(nʊˈræl dʒə, nyʊ-)

n.
sharp and paroxysmal pain along the course of a nerve.
[1815–25]
neu•ral′gic, adj.

neuralgia

a sharp and paroxysmal pain along the course of a nerve. — neuralgie, adj.
See also: Nerves

neuralgia

Pain in a nerve, usually caused by injury or inflammation.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.neuralgia - acute spasmodic pain along the course of one or more nervesneuralgia - acute spasmodic pain along the course of one or more nerves
hurting, pain - a symptom of some physical hurt or disorder; "the patient developed severe pain and distension"
tic douloureux, trigeminal neuralgia - intense paroxysmal neuralgia along the trigeminal nerve
sciatica - neuralgia along the sciatic nerve
Translations
neuralgie
hermosärkyneuralgia

neuralgia

[njʊəˈrældʒə] Nneuralgia f

neuralgia

[njʊəˈrældʒə] nnévralgie f

neuralgia

nNeuralgie f, → Nervenschmerzen pl

neuralgia

[njʊəˈrældʒə] nnevralgia

neu·ral·gi·a

n. neuralgia, dolor intenso a lo largo de un nervio;
atypical facial ______ facial atípica;
atypical trigeminal ______ trigeminal atípica;
facial ______ facial;
glossopharyngeal ______ glosofaríngea;
hallucinatory ______ halucinatoria.

neuralgia

n neuralgia; postherpetic — neuralgia postherpética; trigeminal — neuralgia del trigémino
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pain in the distribution of the carotid arteries), temporomandibular joint pain, glossopharyngeal neuralgia, and facial pain or headache Table 2.
Temporary relief from pain after LA infiltration in tonsillar fossa is highly suspicious for diagnosis of Eagle's syndrome, but it may not differentiate eagle's syndrome from other pathological conditions such as glossopharyngeal neuralgia.
Glossopharyngeal neuralgia (GN) is similar in presentation to TN but is much rarer.