dysthesia


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dysthesia

(dɪsˈθiːzɪə)
n
(Pathology) an unusual or disagreeable feeling in or on the body compared to crawling or burning
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Apart from pain, the patient develops a multitude of symptoms such as burning, tingling, weakness, numbness, paraesthesia, dysthesia etc.
Dysthesia in form of tingling numbness & burning sensation was present in 7 out of 8 patients.
Transient neurological symptoms are described as unilateral or bilateral pain or dysthesia with radiation into buttock, thighs, calves or legs as defined by Hampl et al2.
There was no mandibular nerve dysthesia, and all teeth in the quadrant tested vital.