cause pain

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Him who now turneth sick, the evil overtaketh which is now the evil: he seeketh to cause pain with that which causeth him pain.
Ulcers more often cause pain in the upper abdomen, but they do not always cause pain.
Pressure from a bony spur on a nerve in the neck (cervical spondylitis) may cause pain in the shoulder, elbow and fingers.
HODGKIN'S Lymphoma is a cancer originating in the white blood cells and can cause pain, night sweats, weight loss and fever as well as enlarged lymph nodes.
A Hip bursitis is a common problem that can cause pain over the outside of the upper thigh and hip area.
In keeping with a 2008 position statement by the American Society of Pain Management Nurses, the researchers assumed that the factors causing pain in these residents also would cause pain in dementia residents
Three out of four rabbits seen by the vets are diagnosed with dental problems, which cause pain and distress and can even prove fatal.
They range in size, but most do not cause pain or discomfort.
Too much pressure on shoulders and necks can cause pain and tingling.
Uterine fibroids are benign tumors that can cause pain and heavy bleeding.
Smyth raised a slightly different concern, namely, that these images may cause pain to people who have been touched by abortion.
Scientists know a lot about the molecules in venom that cause shock, paralysis, and death, but they don't know much about the molecules that cause pain.