THIS is a neuralgic pain, confined to one side of the head, generally the brow and forehead. Sickness of the stomach often attends it, and in many cases it is periodical, coming on at a certain hour every day, and lasting a given time, and then passing away.
It may be caused by whatever debilitates the system, as hysterics, suckling an infant too long, or low diet. In fever and ague districts it is frequently produced by miasm. In many instances, the cause cannot be discovered.
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