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a duty or responsibility that is a source of anxiety, worry, or hardship

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something or someone that causes anxiety

pain in the head caused by dilation of cerebral arteries or muscle contractions or a reaction to drugs

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This is another trigeminal autonomic cephalgia, and is characterized by extremely frequent but short bouts of pain.
If one day the patient complained she was experiencing a very painful cephalgia with persistent nausea, the doctor would have to make a decision based on speculation that the patient was getting worse.
Their use in treating both acute and chronic pain syndromes such as cephalgia or dysmenorrhea is well recognized.
Computerized axial tomography of the brain and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) analysis were within normal limits, and he was discharged with a diagnosis of cephalgia.
Sinus headaches reconsidered: Referred cephalgia of rhinologic origin masquerading as refractory primary headaches.
YOU could be suffering from coital cephalgia - headaches that come on during sex.
COITAL cephalgia, or headaches with sex, is a recognised but relatively rare condition.
Among the 90 patients not diagnosed with migraine headaches, 67 were classified as having tension-type headache and 13 received nonspecific headache diagnoses like acute cephalgia.
Carotidynia Acute pharyngitis Peritonsillar abscess Dental disease Temporomandibular joint syndrome Lymphadenitis Submandibular gland disease Myositis/myalgia Histamine cephalgia Sinusitis Thyroiditis Tumor of tongue, salivary gland, or larynx Neuralgia
23-25] Other applications in general medicine include the treatment of cephalgia, stress-related disease, and insomnia, and the maintenance of patient's morale.
In the literature, there are no reports of cases of herpes zoster ophthalmicus that present by mimicking autonomic cephalgias.