dyschiria

dyschiria

 [dis-ki´re-ah]
loss of power to tell which side of the body has been touched.

dys·chei·ri·a

, dyschiria (dis-kī'rē-ă),
A disorder of sensibility in which, although there is no apparent loss of sensation, the patient is unable to tell which side of the body has been touched (acheiria), or refers it to the wrong side (allocheiria), or to both sides (syncheiria).
[dys- + G. cheir, hand]

dyschiria

/dys·chi·ria/ (-ki´re-ah) loss of power to tell which side of the body has been touched.

dys·chei·ri·a

, dyschiria (dis-kī'rē-ă)
A disorder of sensory processing in which the patient is unable to tell which side of the body has been touched (acheiria) or refers the stimulus to the wrong side (allocheiria) or to both sides (syncheiria).

dyscheiria

; dyschiria an abnormality of sensory awareness in which, although the subject has no apparent loss of sensation, he/she is unable to identify which side of the body has been touched (acheria), or identifies the touch stimulus to the wrong side (allocheiria) or to both sides of the body simultaneously (syncheiria)

dys·chei·ri·a

, dyschiria (dis-kī'rē-ă)
A disorder of sensibility in which, although there is no apparent loss of sensation, the patient is unable to tell which side of the body has been touched, or refers it to the wrong side, or to both.