The operation is a difficult and serious one, but the results are satisfactory so far as the cure of the neuralgia is concerned.
Added to which it gave him neuralgia; while the strong tea gave him indigestion.
It seems that a predisposition to neuralgia is a necessary element in the latter affection.
Good in all cases of chronic rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, and the like.
Deficiency of it results in nervous weakness, neuralgia, and low temperature of the body.
I am sorry that you are not with me, as it possibly may have benefitted your neuralgia.
As a sedative in neuralgia and Tic-Doloreux, its effects were very remarkable.
She went to bed with an attack of neuralgia a little after six.
Mr Curtis has strongly recommended this plaster in neuralgia.
In the early part of December Pascal had a severe attack of neuralgia.
neuralgia neu·ral·gia (nu-rāl'jə, nyu-)
Sharp, severe paroxysmal pain extending along a nerve or group of nerves. Also called neurodynia.