The operation is a difficult and serious one, but the results are satisfactory so far as the cure of the neuralgia is concerned.
In the early part of December Pascal had a severe attack of neuralgia.
It seems that a predisposition to neuralgia is a necessary element in the latter affection.
He attributed both her silence and her expression to neuralgia.
Deficiency of it results in nervous weakness, neuralgia, and low temperature of the body.
For some weeks this gallant son of the morning had been tormented by neuralgia.
As a sedative in neuralgia and Tic-Doloreux, its effects were very remarkable.
If it's neuralgia, get a corrective diet list from the doctor.
Mr Curtis has strongly recommended this plaster in neuralgia.
Aunt Betsy had the neuralgia and Uncle Joe came alone on horseback.
neuralgia neu·ral·gia (nu-rāl'jə, nyu-)
Sharp, severe paroxysmal pain extending along a nerve or group of nerves. Also called neurodynia.