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Supraorbital neuralgia

Supraorbital nerve is the peripheral branch of the first branch of trigeminal nerve, which is superficial. Supraorbital neuralgia refers to persistent or paroxysmal pain within the distribution of supraorbital nerve (forehead). Supraorbital neuralgia is often intermittent burning pain or dull pain around one or both sides of the ball and orbit. There is obvious tenderness at the supraorbital notch, but there is no organic disease of the eyeball and its appendages. It is a common disease in ophthalmology.

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