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Femoral neuralgia

Femoral neuralgia, also known as Wassermann's sign, is mostly caused by femoral nerve and branch injury. When femoral neuralgia is painful, hot compress and kneading the pain can not reduce the degree of pain, so femoral neuralgia can be eliminated.

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