burning pain


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burning pain

Etymology: AS, baernan, to burn; L, poena, penalty
the pain experienced as a result of a thermal burn. The term is also used sometimes to describe heartburn or myocardial pain.

burning pain

Pain experienced in heat burns, superficial skin lesions, herpes zoster, and circumscribed neuralgias.
See also: pain

Patient discussion about burning pain

Q. what else besides athletes foot can cause painful itchy burn tops of toes if the toes are bumped they throb and it hurts to flex toes, small red spots on toes

A. maybe only an allergic reaction is able to do so. but i would go on the athlete foot theory. or as they say "it's much more common to find horses and not zebras in America" 99% of the time it's an athlete foot. but it's o.k- it's relatively easy treatment.

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