pain in one side of the head.
- hem·i·cran·ic [hem-i-kran-ik, -krey-nik], /ˌhɛm ɪˈkræn ɪk, -ˈkreɪ nɪk/, adjective
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How to use hemicrania in a sentence
In India they make a decoction of the plant, mix it with onion juice and apply it to the head as a fomentation in hemicrania.The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines | T. H. Pardo de Tavera
Some other diseases are erroneously called rheumatic, as hemicrania, and odontalgia.
The dens sapienti, or last tooth of the upper jaw, frequently decays first, and gives hemicrania over the eye on the same side.
The natural cure of hemicrania is the accumulation of sensorial power during the rest or sickness of the patient.
Caffeine has been found very useful in hemicrania and various nervous affections.