thermalgesia


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thermalgesia

 [therm″al-je´ze-ah]
painful sensation produced by heat.

ther·mal·ge·si·a

(ther'măl-jē'zē-ă),
High sensibility to heat; pain caused by a slight degree of heat.
Synonym(s): thermoalgesia
[therm- + G. algēsis, sense of pain]

thermalgesia

/ther·mal·ge·sia/ (ther″mal-je´zhah) a dysesthesia in which application of heat causes pain.

thermalgesia

[thur′məljē′zhə]
Etymology: Gk, thermē, heat, algos, pain
pain caused by exposure to high temperatures.

thermalgesia

(1) Pain evoked by a change in external temperature.
(2) Causalgia, see there.

ther·mal·ge·si·a

(thĕr'măl-jē'zē-ă)
High sensibility to heat; pain caused by a slight degree of heat.
[therm- + G. algēsis, sense of pain]

ther·mal·ge·si·a

(thĕr'măl-jē'zē-ă)
High sensibility to heat; pain caused by slight degree of heat.
[therm- + G. algēsis, sense of pain]