Head lines

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Head lines

(hed),
bands of cutaneous hyperesthesia associated with acute or chronic inflammation of the viscera.

Head lines

, Head zones (hed līnz, zōnz)
Bands of cutaneous hyperesthesia associated with acute or chronic inflammation of the viscera.
Synonym(s): Head areas.

Head,

Sir Henry, English neurologist, 1861-1940.
Head areas - areas of skin exhibiting reflex hyperesthesia and hyperalgesia due to visceral disease.
Head lines - bands of cutaneous hyperesthesia associated with acute or chronic inflammation of the viscera. Synonym(s): Head zones; tender lines; tender zones
Head zones - Synonym(s): Head lines
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The song that has come down to us as "Red River Valley" has one of the simplest yet most powerful and tender lines ever written: "Come and sit by my side if you love me." Set to the melody, it's a killer.
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In a letter of 1945, Gorky wrote rapturously of "the medieval Armenian manuscript paintings with their beautiful Armenian faces, subtle colors, their tender lines and calligraphy." He might almost be describing his own paintings and drawings.