allesthesia(redirected from allaesthesia)
the experiencing of a sensation, e.g., pain or touch, as occurring at a point remote from where the stimulus is actually applied.
visual allesthesia the transposition of visual images from one-half of the visual field to the other. Called also optical allachesthesia.
al·lo·chi·ri·a, allocheiria (al'ō-kī'rē-ă, al'ō-kī'rē-ă),
A form of allachesthesia in which the sensation of a stimulus in one limb is referred to the contralateral limb.
[allo- + G. cheir, hand]
allesthesia/al·les·the·sia/ (al″es-the´zhah) the experiencing of a sensation, e.g., pain or touch, as occurring at a point remote from where the stimulus actually is applied.
a referred pain or other sensation that is perceived at a remote site on the same or opposite side of the body stimulated. Also called alloesthesia.
[G. allos, other, + aisthēsis, sensation]