hemihypesthesia

hemihypesthesia

 [hem″e-hi″pes-the´zhah]
diminished sensitivity on one side of the body.

hem·i·hy·pes·the·si·a

(hem'ē-hī'pes-thē'zē-ă),
Diminished sensibility in one side of the body.
Synonym(s): hemihypoesthesia
[hemi- + G. hypo, under, + aesthēses, sensation]

hem·i·hyp·es·the·si·a

(hem'ē-hīp'es-thē'zē-ă)
Diminished sensibility in one side of the body.
Synonym(s): hemihypaesthesia.
[hemi- + G. hypo, under, + aesthēsis, sensation]

hem·i·hyp·es·the·si·a

(hem'ē-hīp'es-thē'zē-ă)
Diminished sensibility involving only one side of the body.
Synonym(s): hemihypaesthesia.
[hemi- + G. hypo, under, + aesthēses, sensation]
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Six days before admission, an otherwise healthy 53-year-old male developed sudden hemihypesthesia and hemiparesis of the right limb.
Reding, "Functional outcome for patients with hemiparesis, hemihypesthesia, and hemianopsia: does lesion location matter?," Stroke, vol.
Focal Nonfocal Hemiparesis Decreased consciousness or unconsciousness Hemihypesthesia Confusion Dysphasia Amnesia Dysarthria Unsteadiness Hemianopia Nonrotatory dizziness Transient monocular Positive visual phenomena blindness Hemiataxia Paresthesias Diplopia Bilateral weakness of arms or legs Vertigo Unwell feelings * Symptoms should have sudden onset, rapid clearance, and duration of <24 hours.
The anterior choroidal artery (Table 1) is responsible for supplying blood to deep structures of the brain including the globus pallidus (basal ganglia), lateral geniculate body (thalamus), posterior limb of the internal capsule and medial temporal lobe.[8,17] Occlusion of the anterior choroidal artery results in contralateral hemiplegia, hemihypesthesia and homonymous hemianopia.[4]