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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Bursitis pain is varied: earache, otic fullness, dys- phagia, odynophagia, gustative hyperesthesia, hamular and soft palate pain, sore throat, jaw pain, toothache, burning and pricking dysaesthesias, retroorbital pain, headaches and hypoesthesia.6 These patients often report hearing disorders such as clicking or elevated noise sensitivity and dysfunction of muscles.15 Virtu- ally everyone suffering from this bursitis will report a history of seeing numerous physicians to discover the cause of their symptoms.7
Terms commonly used to describe painful and unpleasant sensations (dysaesthesias) include burning, shooting, and electric shock-like pain.
The trigeminal trophic syndrome: An unusual cause of face pain, dysaesthesias, anaesthesia and skin/soft tissue lesions.