paresthetic


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par·es·thet·ic

(par'es-thet'ik),
Relating to or marked by paresthesia.

par·es·thet·ic

(par'-es-thet'ik)
Relating to or marked by paresthesia; denoting numbness and tingling in an extremity that usually occurs on the resumption of the blood flow to a nerve following temporary pressure or mild injury.
Synonym(s): paraesthetic.
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This does not guarantee that paresthesia will occur, but if noted and the patient does have a paresthetic event, it is likely due to nerve injury.
Very rarely are nonsurgical paresthesia events considered permanent.6 Based on the evidence, a permanent paresthetic event occurrence is very low; occurring only in 1:20,000 to 1:850,000 injections.
- Part 5 / third Code 2 January 13 - Apparatus for training movement paresthetic extremities - hands and finger splint (hereinafter referred to as "Part 5/3").
Code 2 January 14 - Apparatus for training movement paresthetic limbs - hock splint (hereinafter referred to as "Part 5/4");
- Apparatus for training movement paresthetic limbs - in tow - cell suspension and exercise system.