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Neuralgia Paraesthetica 1902: includes neuritis, from pressure of a wristlet watch, etc (for comparison)

Date
1902-1942
Reference
PP/FPW/B.227
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Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Other forms of 'neuralgia paraesthetica' and 'neuritis' (or 'polyneuritis cutanea') for comparison--and the question of 'sensory neuritis'** Localised cutaneous (sensory neuritis (thorax) doubtful case (Mrs Eleanor Smith, 1942). Anterior crural nerve paralysis from trauma or pressure (childbirth). ** cf S A Kinnear Wilson, Neurology 1940 p 307 'sensory neuritis occurs when the process affects a purely cutaneous nerve, or in theory at least--afferent fibres in a mixed nerve... In sensory forms of multiple neuritis, ataxia and diminution or loss of sensibility, coupled with or preceded by pains and paraesthesia, are prominent, almost to the exclusion of motor symptoms or "signs"'. The relation of sensory neuritis to 'neuralgia ' introduces special problems. For an example of right-sides 'meralgia paraesthetica' from involvement of the external cutaneous nerve of the right thigh from right-sided inguinal peri-lymphadenitis connected with right-sided attack of epidydimitis and orchitis due to a bacillus coli infection from the colon (one of several bacillus coli infections connected with a congenital developmental abnormality of the colon causing recurrent attacks of partial faecal obstruction (see my notes of Mr A Compton {surgeon} in my collection 'Miscellaneous...diseases of the nervous system' But Compton himself {I heard later} regards the symptom as 'referred pain' through the crural branch of the genito-crural nerve)

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1902-1942

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