Neuralgia and the Diseases That Resemble It

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Excerpt: ...in the instance of the sciatic nerve, by reason of the strong muscular pressure end dragging which are always going on in the thigh in locomotion. I shall return to this subject when speaking of Treatment. As regards the relations, of gout to neuralgia, I can hardly express my own view better than by quoting the words of Eulenburg: 17 "Much more doubtful is the influence of gout, which in rare cases, perhaps, produces neuralgia directly, by means of neuritis, or by the deposit of tophus-like calcareous ...

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