indifference to pain syndrome

in·dif·fer·ence to pain syn·drome

congenital insensitivity to pain, possibly due to an absence of organized nerve endings in the skin.

in·dif·fer·ence to pain syn·drome

(in-difĕr-ĕns pān sindrōm)
Congenital insensitivity to pain, possibly due to an absence of organized nerve endings in the skin.
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Remarkably, patients suffering from congenital indifference to pain syndrome, which derives from loss-of-function mutations of the gene encoding for Nav1.