pallesthesia

pallesthesia

 [pal″es-the´zhah]
sensibility to vibrations; the peculiar vibrating sensation felt when a vibrating tuning-fork is placed against a subcutaneous bony prominence of the body. adj., adj pallesthet´ic.

pal·les·the·si·a

(pal'es-thē'zē-ă),
The appreciation of vibration, a form of pressure sense; most acute when a vibrating tuning fork is applied over a bony prominence.
[G. pallō, to quiver, + aisthēsis, sensation]

pallesthesia

/pall·es·the·sia/ (pal″es-the´zhah) the ability to feel mechanical vibrations on or near the body, such as when a vibrating tuning fork is placed over a bony prominence.pallesthet´ic

pallesthesia

[pal′esthē′zhə]
Etymology: Gk, pallein, to quiver
hypersensitivity to vibration, particularly that caused by a tuning fork placed on a bony prominence.

pal·les·the·si·a

(pal'es-thē'zē-ă)
The appreciation of vibration, a form of pressure sense; most acute when a vibrating tuning fork is applied over a bony prominence.
Synonym(s): pallaesthesia.
[G. pallō, to quiver, + aisthēsis, sensation]

pal·les·the·si·a

(pal'es-thē'zē-ă)
Appreciation of vibration.
Synonym(s): pallaesthesia.
[G. pallō, to quiver, + aisthēsis, sensation]
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To do this we evaluated flexibility, joint range of motion (JRM), pallesthesia, records of strength (grip, gripper and extension) and the presence of intrinsic muscle weakness in the hands and feet (Froment and Paper grip test).
In this lateral approach as the needle passes from lateral to medial side at an angle of 20[degrees] to the skin parallel to the clavicle, it will first encounter the brachial plexus eliciting pallesthesia.
The improved method of pallesthesia examination on lower extremities of polyneuropathy with different genesis with original stand" [Usovershenstvovanniy metod issledovaniya vibracionnoy chuvstviteljnosti na nizhnih konechnostyah pri polineyropatiyah razlichnogo geneza s primeneniem originaljnoy podstavki], in Russian, Materials of the Forum of Innovative Technologies-2020, pp.