synesthesialgia

synesthesialgia

 [sin″es-the″ze-al´jah]
a condition in which a stimulus produces pain on the affected side but no sensation on the normal side of the body.
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syn·es·the·si·al·gi·a

(sin'es-thē'zē-al'jē-ă),
Painful synesthesia.
Synonym(s): synesthesia algica
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syn·es·the·si·al·gi·a

(sin'es-thē'zē-al'jē-ă)
Painful synesthesia.
Synonym(s): synaesthesialgia.
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