stocking anesthesia

stock·ing an·es·the·si·a

loss of sensation in the distal lower extremity, that is, the foot and toes.

stock·ing an·es·the·sia

(stok'ing an'es-thē'zē-ă)
Loss of sensation in the distal lower extremity (i.e., the foot and toes).
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Glove and stocking anesthesia was a common feature, in both the cases.
The patient had glove and stocking anesthesia. Ulnar, radial cutaneous, lateral popliteal and sural nerves were thickened along with ulnar claw hand.
Symptoms include malaise, weakness, decreased appetite, weight loss, and a sensory peripheral neuropathy that progresses to glove and stocking anesthesia (Ramaike 2003).