Occipital Neuralgia

Distribution of right occipital nerves.


Distribution of right occipital nerves.

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For indexing use:
Tags: amicus,injury,pain,occipital,neuralgia,C1,C2,C3,suboccipital,ramus,third,lesser,referral,auricular,nerve.
Image thumbnail: Illustration of amicus,injury,pain,occipital,neuralgia,C1,C2,C3,suboccipital,ramus,third,lesser,referral,auricular,nerve
Topic category and keywords: amicus,injury,pain,occipital,neuralgia,C1,C2,C3,suboccipital,ramus,third,lesser,referral,auricular,nerve.
Description:
This is a description of the database entry for an illustration of pain injury. This diagram should be filed in Google image search for injury, containing strong results for the topics of pain and occipital. This drawing shows what the injury looks when it is illustrated in fine detail.

This webpage also contains drawings and diagrams of pain injury which can be useful to attorneys in court who have a case concerning this type of injury regarding the pain. Doctors may often use this drawing of the injury to help explain the concept they are speaking about when educating the jury. Given the nature of this drawing, it is to be a good visual depiction of pain injury, because this illustration focuses specifically on Occipital Neuralgia. This illustration, showing injury, fits the keyword search for pain injury, which would make it very useful for any educator trying to find images of pain injury.

This exhibit shows injury. The definition of Occipital Neuralgia can be derived from this visual diagram. It is used to illustrate how pain injury would look under normal conditions. This exhibits also contains images related to pain. It would be helpful in demonstrating pain. You can also find a reference to occipital which appears in this diagram. This could also help medical experts to explain occipital to the layperson. If you are looking for neuralgia, then you can find it in this diagram as well. It will show you how neuralgia relates to pain injury. Once you know about occipital and neuralgia as they relate to pain injury, you can begin to understand C1. Since C1 and C2 are important components of Occipital Neuralgia, adding C2 to the illustrations is important. Along with C2 we can also focus on C3 which also is important to Occipital Neuralgia. Sometimes people put more emphasis on C3 than they do on C1. Overall it is important to not leave out suboccipital which plays a significant role in Occipital Neuralgia. In fact, suboccipital is usually the most common aspect of an illustration showing Occipital Neuralgia, along with pain, occipital, neuralgia, C1, C2 and C3. This diagram also contains pictures related to ramus. It would be useful in demonstrating ramus. You may also find something that relates to third which appears in this illustration. This could also help doctors to explain third to the jury. If you are searching for lesser, then this diagram can show it well also. It will show you how lesser is related to pain injury. When you know about third and lesser and what they have in common with pain injury, you can begin to really understand referral. Since referral and auricular are important components of Occipital Neuralgia, adding auricular to the illustrations is important. Along with auricular we can also focus on nerve which also is important to Occipital Neuralgia. Sometimes people put more emphasis on nerve than they do on referral.

This illustration also shows amicus, injury, pain, occipital, neuralgia, C1, C2, C3, suboccipital, ramus, third, lesser, referral, auricular, nerve, to enhance the meaning. So if you are looking for images related to amicus, injury, pain, occipital, neuralgia, C1, C2, C3, suboccipital, ramus, third, lesser, referral, auricular, nerve, then please take a look at the image above.