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Nervus intermedius neuralgia should be considered as a differential diagnosis if a patient presents with paroxysmal localized pain in the ears.
The following terms were used in the searches: dorsal scapular nerve, dorsoscapular nerve, nervus dorsalis scapulae, and mid-thoracic pain.
This edition has new illustrations and new chapters on sudden unilateral neuralgiform conjunctival injection tearing headache, primary thunderclap headache, hypnic headache, nummular headache, atypical odontalgia, burning mouth syndrome, nervus intermedius neuralgia, red ear syndrome, clival chordoma syndrome, glomus tumor of the shoulder, osteonecrosis of the elbow joint, driver's elbow, boxer's knuckle, trigger wrist, superior cluneal nerve entrapment syndrome, clitoral priapism, breaststroker's knee, glomus tumor of the knee, and fabella syndrome.
In the 1400s a nervous person was actually "sinewy and vigorous" - as the Latin word nervus applied to both sinews and nerves.
PHYSICAL FINDINGS: The primary physical findings in classical Ramsay Hunt Syndrome include peripheral facial nerve paresis with associated rash or herpetic blisters in the distribution of the nervus intermedius(4).
New insights into restless genital syndrome: static mechanical hyperthesia and neuropathy of the nervus dorsalis clitoridis.
The collagen of the vertebrate peripheral nervus system.
Percussion sensitivity of the Nervus medianus in the carpal tunnel, percussion sensitivity of the Ramus thenaricus, the N.