dysaesthesia

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dysaesthesia

(ˌdɪsɪsˈθiːzɪə)
n
a disagreeable sensation such as burning or itching arising from impairment of the nervous systema medical condition of which this is a manifestation
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(1) Paraesthesiae (abnormal sensory sensations) or dysaesthesiae (painful sensations) of the extremities may also occur.
During the last decade, he had experienced hypo- and dysaesthesiae of half of his face and ipsilateral hand together with a visual aura, followed by severe headache.