Definition of Myodynia
1. Noun. Pain in a muscle or group of muscles.
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Literary usage of Myodynia
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1890)
"... formication, and numbness, so common in the limbs of gouty people, are relieved by it. On the other hand, it has proved useless in sciatica, myodynia, ..."
2. Lectures on the Diseases of the Nervous System: Delivered at La Salpêtrière by Jean Martin Charcot (1879)
"... so to speak—of the iliac pain, M. Briquet only admits the existence of a simple muscular pain, an hysterical myodynia. According to his view : 1st, ..."
3. A System of Practical Medicine by William Pepper, Louis Starr (1886)
"It is sometimes called myodynia. This affection lias no essential relation to rheumatism or the rheumatic diathesis; therefore the common use of the term ..."
4. Pharmacographia Indica: A History of the Principal Drugs of Vegetable Origin by William Dymock (1893)
"... lical migraine have for years kept their sufferings in abeyance by taking hemp at the threatening or onset of the attack. In sciatica, myodynia ..."
5. Annual of the Universal Medical Sciencesedited by [Anonymus AC02809657] edited by [Anonymus AC02809657] (1891)
"the author by far the most useful of drugs. It relieved the lightning pains of ataxia, but proved of no value in the treatment of sciatica, myodynia, ..."