agraphesthesia

agraphesthesia

agraphesthesia

(a?graf?es-the'zh(e-)a) [ a- + -graph + esthesi- + -ia]
Inability to recognize letters or numbers drawn by the examiner on skin.
See: graphesthesia
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30) The CNI was comprised of 3 subscales, including: (a) motor coordination (MC) involving finger-nose test, finger-thumb tapping, finger-thumb opposition, dysdiadochokinesia, fist-edge-palm test, and Oseretsky test; (b) sensory integration (SI) involving extinction, finger agnosia, stereognosis, agraphesthesia, and left-right orientation; and (c) disinhibition (DI) involving Go/No-go test.