acrognosis

acrognosis

 [ak″rog-no´sis]
sensory recognition of the limbs.
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ac·rog·no·sis

(ak-rog-nō'sis), In the diphthong gn, the g is silent only at the beginning of a word. Do not confuse this word with acroagnosis.
Normal sensory perception of the extremities.
[acro- + G. gnōsis, knowledge]
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ac·rog·no·sis

(ak'rog-nō'sis)
Cenesthesia, or normal sensory perception, of the extremities.
[acro- + G. gnōsis, knowledge]
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Afferent somatosensory deficits were excluded by testing vibrotactile sensitivity, surface sensibility, and acrognosis. Vestibular testing included head-impulse test of the horizontal vestibulo-ocular reflex (Halmagyi, Curthoys, 1988).