dysesthesia


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dysesthesia

an impaired condition of any of the senses.
See also: Perception
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dys·es·the·si·a

n. disestesia, reacción excesiva de molestia a algunas sensaciones que por lo común no producen dolor.
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Sensory impairment included hyperesthesia, dysesthesia or tingling sensation.
Clinical findings of CTS are pain and dysesthesia in the median nerve distribution, in the region of the thumb, index, middle and the lateral half of the ring finger which may worsen during sleep (13).
A 43-year-old female patient presented with acute-onset fever, headache, dysarthria, amnesia, left-side weakness, and dysesthesia.
Patients may report pain, stiffness, dysesthesia and dysfunction (scapular, thoracic and costovertebral) of an acute or chronic nature in this area with only temporary relief following normal care by their health professional.
16) described the intraoral buccal and lingual approach and discussed the advantages and the possible risks of dysesthesia of the tongue and fracture of the mandible.
15 A differentiating clinical feature of traumatic neuroma from other neurogenic tumors is that it is symptomatic manifesting as anesthesia, dysesthesia, or pain.
Weakness starts in the distal limbs, then progresses proximally, and can progress to paralysis; is typically associated with decreased or absent deep tendon reflexes as well as sensory loss, paresthesia or dysesthesia that starts in the peripheral limbs and ascends proximally.
Absence of persistent subjective complaints such as pain, foreign body sensation, and/or dysesthesia
The most common minor complication was ileus in 19 patients, three patients in the elderly cohort, and 16 patients in the young cohort [Table 3], followed by leg dysesthesia in 13 patients.
Patients over the age of 60 more commonly develop postherpetic neuralgia and can experience pain, numbness, dysesthesia, and allodynia.
In addition, they may experience dysesthesia with diffuse mild burning, some surface numbness, and "under the skin" discomfort.
Absence of pain, paresthesia, dysesthesia or difficult infusion was verified during the administration of local anesthetic.