dysaesthesiae

pl. n.
the abnormal and sometimes unpleasant sensations felt by a patient with partial damage to sensory nerve fibres when his skin is stimulated. Compare paraesthesiae.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • dysaesthesiae — pl. n. the abnormal and sometimes unpleasant sensations felt by a patient with partial damage to sensory nerve fibres when his skin is stimulated. Compare: paraesthesiae …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • Дизестезия (Dysaesthesiae) — аномальные, иногда неприятные ощущения, испытываемые человеком с частичным повреждением чувствительных нервных волокон во время прикосновения к коже. Для сравнения: Парестезия. Источник: Медицинский словарь …   Медицинские термины

  • ДИЗЕСТЕЗИЯ — (dysaesthesiae) аномальные, иногда неприятные ощущения, испытываемые человеком с частичным повреждением чувствительных нервных волокон во время прикосновения к коже. Для сравнения: Парестезия …   Толковый словарь по медицине

  • thermoalgesia — SYN: thermalgesia. * * * (thermalgesia) n. an abnormal sense of pain that is felt when part of the body is warmed. It is a type of dysaesthesiae and is a symptom of partial damage to a peripheral nerve or to the fibre tracts conducting… …   Medical dictionary

  • paraesthesiae — pl. n. spontaneously occurring abnormal tingling sensations, sometimes described as pins and needles. They may be symptoms of partial damage to a peripheral nerve, such as that caused by external pressure on the affected part, but can also result …   Medical dictionary

  • paraesthesiae — pl. n. spontaneously occurring abnormal tingling sensations, sometimes described as pins and needles. They may be symptoms of partial damage to a peripheral nerve, such as that caused by external pressure on the affected part, but can also result …   The new mediacal dictionary

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