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myesthesia

 [mi″es-the´zhah]
muscle sensibility.

kin·es·thet·ic sense

the sensation of muscle contraction; awareness of movement or activity in muscles or joints; sense of position or movement mediated largely by the posterior columns and medial lemniscus.
See also: bathyesthesia.

myesthesia

/my·es·the·sia/ (mi″es-the´zhah) muscle sense (1).

myesthesia

[mī′esthē′zhə]
perception of any sensation in a muscle, such as touch, direction, proprioception, contraction, relaxation, or extension.

proprioception

(1) The internal sense of the relative position of the body’s musculoskeletal units with each other and the effort needed to move them.
(2) Kinaesthetic sense, see there.

my·es·the·si·a

(mī'es-thē'zē-ă)
The sensation felt in muscle when it is contracting; awareness of movement or activity in muscles or joints; sense of position or movement mediated in large part by the posterior columns and medial lemniscus.
See also: bathyesthesia
Synonym(s): kinesthetic sense, muscular sense, myaesthesia.
[G. mys, muscle, + aisthēsis, sensation]

myesthesia

muscle sensibility.