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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During this procedure, the canal is cut, thus causing a direct injury to the anterior superior alveolar neurovascular bundle with possible complications such as bleeding and dysesthesia (Valcu et al.; de Oliveira-Santos et al.).
The most common adverse reactions (>=20 %) with Rozlytrek were fatigue, constipation, altered sense of taste (dysgeusia), swelling (edema), dizziness, diarrhea, nausea, nervous system disorders (dysesthesia), shortness of breath (dyspnea), muscle pain (myalgia), cognitive impairment, increased weight, cough, vomiting, fever (pyrexia), joint pain (arthralgia) and vision disorders.
The most commonly reported side effects of Rozlytrek include fatigue, constipation, dysgeusia, edema, dizziness, diarrhea, nausea, dysesthesia, dyspnea, myalgia, cognitive impairment, weight gain, cough, vomiting, fever, arthralgia, and vision disorders.
The most common adverse reactions (20 percent) with Rozlytrek were fatigue, constipation, altered sense of taste (dysgeusia), swelling (edema), dizziness, diarrhea, nausea, nervous system disorders (dysesthesia), shortness of breath (dyspnea), muscle pain (myalgia), cognitive impairment, increased weight, cough, vomiting, fever (pyrexia), joint pain (arthralgia) and vision disorders.
The sensory examination revealed dysesthesia and allodynia on both hands.
Absence of persistent subjective complaints such as pain, foreign body sensation, and/or dysesthesia
One (3.33%) patient with prone position presented postoperative pain hypersensitivity of the right leg after surgery, which was considered as postoperative dysesthesia (POD).
LSS is a condition in which the spinal canal becomes narrow, thus pressing on nerves and blood vessels in it.7 This abnormal narrowing is caused by disc herniation, Ligamentum Flavum (LF) hypertrophy, facet joint capsule hypertrophy, and osteophyte formation.4 Symptoms of LSS include gluteal, lower extremity pain, LBP, weakness, and dysesthesia. In terms of walking motions, LSS causes neurogenic claudication.
There were no accompanying dysesthesia or paresthesia complaints.
Burning, itching, paresthesia, and dysesthesia can be the disturbing symptoms in patients with BMS.