Nervus intermedius neuralgia caused by an underlying disease.
- Recurrent paroxysms of unilateral pain fulfilling criteria for 13.3.1 Nervus intermedius neuralgia
- An underlying disease has been demonstrated known to be able to cause, and explaining, the neuralgia1.
There are single reports of 188.8.131.52 Secondary nervus intermedius neuralgia caused by multiple sclerosis or tumour. In the latter case, neurological deficits arising from damage to other nerves in close proximity tend to dominate the clinical presentation. Herpes zoster typically usually leads to 184.108.40.206 Painful nervus intermedius neuropathy attributed to herpes zoster rather than 220.127.116.11 Secondary nervus intermedius neuralgia.