51 Cases of Occipital Neuralgia Treated with Acupuncture

Xie Zhongwei

JTCM September 1992 41/40
Xie Zhongwei

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51 Cases of Occipital Neuralgia Treated with Acupuncture

by Xie Zhongwei

Occipital neuralgia, due to injury to the occipital nerve, is characterised by paroxysmal pricking or stabbing pain behind the mastoid ...

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