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  • NeuralgiaNeuralgia

    Neuralgia is a sharp, stabbing, severe pain felt along the path of an irritated or damaged nerve. Pain may occur anywhere in the body but is most common in the neck and face. The pain may be triggered by nerve compression or injury, old age, or an underlying disease such as diabetes, herpes zoster infection, HIV, syphilis, and chronic renal insufficiency. It may also result due to chemical irritation, certain medications, or surgery.

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