autosomatognosis

au·to·so·ma·tog·no·sis

(aw'tō-sō'mă-tog-nō'sis),
The sensation that an amputated portion of the body is still present. See: phantom limb.
[auto- + G. sōma, body, + gnōsis, recognition]

autosomatognosis

[-sō′mətognō′sis]
a phantom sensation that an amputated part of the body is still attached.

autosomatognosis

A term of waning use for the lack of awareness of a bodily defect; e.g., phantom limb phenomenon.

au·to·so·ma·tog·no·sis

(aw'tō-sō'mă-tog-nō'sis)
The sensation that an amputated portion of the body is still present.
[auto- + G. sōma, body, + gnōsis, recognition]
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