Definition of Podalgia

1. Noun. Foot pain.

Generic synonyms: Hurting, Pain



Definition of Podalgia

1. n. pain in the foot, due to gout, rheumatism, etc.

Definition of Podalgia

1. Noun. (archaic) Pain in the foot. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Medical Definition of Podalgia

1. Pain in the foot, due to gout, rheumatism, etc. Origin: NL, fr. Gr, foot + pain. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Podalgia

poculiform
poculum
pod
pod-
pod people
pod person
pod rot
pod slurping
podagra
podagral
podagras
podagric
podagrics
podagrous
podal
podalgia (current term)
podalic
podalic extraction
podalic version
podarthritis
podarthrum
podcast
podcasted
podcaster
podcasters
podcasting
podcasts
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podcatcher
podcatchers

Literary usage of Podalgia

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1. The Treatment of Diseases of the Nervous System: A Manual for Practitioners by Joseph Collins (1900)
"TIIE TREATMENT OF podalgia. Pain in the feet is a complaint for which the ... In my experience by far the most common variety of podalgia is that which is ..."

2. A Manual of electro-static modes of application, therapeutics, radiography by William Benham Snow (1903)
"podalgia and plantar neuralgia deserve attention here, because in most cases the static ... podalgia, painful heel, is a condition sometimes associated with ..."

3. A Manual of electro-static modes of application, therapeutics, radiography by William Benham Snow (1904)
"podalgia and plantar neuralgia deserve attention nere, because in most cases the ... podalgia (painful heel) is a condition which may he associated with ..."

4. Generalized Pain by Norbert Ortner, Francis Joseph Rebman (1922)
"... we must think of neurasthenic and hysteric podalgia. The diagnosis offers some difficulties even if we observe signs of neurasthenia and hysteria and no ..."

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