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Cephalodynia

Introduction: Cephalodynia

Description of Cephalodynia

Cephalodynia: Pain in various parts of the head, not confined to the area of distribution of any nerve.
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Cephalodynia as a Symptom

Cephalodynia (symptom): Another name for Headache.
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  »Causes of Headache

Cephalodynia (symptom): Pain affecting the head or brain area....more »

Cephalodynia (symptom): The possible causes of a headache range from a relatively harmless common headache or common cold to life-threatening ... more

Cephalodynia: See also Headache:
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  »Causes of Headache

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