causalgic, adj.
/kaw zal"jee euh, -jeuh/, n.
a neuralgia distinguished by a burning pain along certain nerves, usually of the upper extremities.
[1870-75; < NL, equiv. to Gk kaûs(is) a burning + NL -algia -ALGIA; see CAUSTIC]

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  • causalgia — [kô zal′jē ə, kô zal′jə] n. [ModL < Gr kausos, fever, heat (see CAUSTIC) + ALGIA] a condition of severe burning pain, usually caused by a peripheral nerve injury …   English World dictionary

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