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dysesthesia

 [dis″es-the´zhah]
1. impairment of any sense, especially of the sense of touch.
2. a painful, persistent sensation induced by a gentle touch of the skin.

dys·es·the·si·a

(dis'es-thē'zē-ă),
1. Impairment of sensation short of anesthesia.
2. A condition in which a disagreeable sensation is produced by ordinary stimuli; caused by lesions of the sensory pathways, peripheral or central.
3. Abnormal sensations experienced in the absence of stimulation.
[G. dysaisthēsia, fr. dys-, hard, difficult, + aisthēsis, sensation]

dysesthesia

/dys·es·the·sia/ (dis″es-the´zhah)
1. distortion of any sense, especially of the sense of touch.
2. an unpleasant abnormal sensation produced by normal stimuli.dysesthet´ic

auditory dysesthesia  dysacusis (2).

dysesthesia

[dis′esthē′zhə]
a common effect of spinal cord injury characterized by sensations of numbness, tingling, burning, or pain felt below the level of the lesion. It may also follow a dermatome distribution of a spinal nerve, as in the pain of shingles. Also spelled dysaesthesia.

dys·es·the·si·a

(dis'es-thē'zē-ă)
1. Impairment of sensation short of anesthesia.
2. A condition in which a disagreeable sensation is produced by ordinary stimuli; caused by lesions of the sensory pathways, peripheral or central.
3. Abnormal sensations experienced in the absence of stimulation.
Synonym(s): dysaesthesia.

dysesthesia (disˈ·es·theˑ·zhē·),

n symptom of a neurologic disorder in which the patient experiences unusual sensations without any stimulation.

dys·es·the·si·a

(dis'es-thē'zē-ă)
1. Impairment of sensation short of anesthesia.
2. A condition in which a disagreeable sensation is produced by ordinary stimuli; caused by lesions of the sensory pathways, peripheral or central.
Synonym(s): dysaesthesia

dysesthesia (dis´esthē´zhə, -zēə),

n an impairment of the senses, especially the sense of touch. No sensation is painful with dysesthesia.

dysesthesia

1. impairment of any sense.
2. abnormal perception of a sensory stimulus. Assumed to occur in animals.
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