notalgia paresthetica


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Related to notalgia paresthetica: Meralgia paresthetica
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notalgia paresthetica

n notalgia parestésica
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The signs and symptoms of DSN neuropathy bear a striking resemblance to several other diagnoses or findings in the cervicothoracic, scapular and posterolateral arm areas including cervicogenic dorsalgia (CD), notalgia paresthetica (NP), SICK scapula and a posterolateral arm pain pattern.
This feature has not been described in the literature pertaining to DSN irritation although it has been mentioned with regard to notalgia paresthetica.
Gabapentin treatment for notalgia paresthetica, a common isolated peripheral sensory neuropathy.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation offers partial relief in notalgia paresthetica patients with a relevant spinal pathology.
The location of the pruritic area and the patient's clinical presentation led us to diagnose notalgia paresthetica.
Notalgia paresthetica (NP) is a neuropathy with unknown cause of thoracic spinal nerves T2-T6, particularly their dorsal branches.
Notalgia paresthetica and brachioradial pruritus are two examples of severe itches that arise in the peripheral nervous system rather than on the skin.
Notalgia paresthetica and brachioradial pruritus are two distinct examples of severe itches that arise in the peripheral nervous system rather than on the skin.
The patient's history and description of the sensation contain the clues as to whether the itch is central (multiple sclerosis, polymorphous light eruption), peripheral (brachioradial pruritus, notalgia paresthetica, postherpetic neuralgia, and possibly anogenital pruritus), or cutaneous (lichen simplex, and, in Dr.
The patient's history and description of the sensation contain the clue as to whether the itch is central (multiple sclerosis, polymorphous light eruption); peripheral (brachioradial pruritus, notalgia paresthetica, postherpetic neuralgia, and possibly anogenital pruritus); or cutaneous (lichen simplex, and, in Dr.
Once considered rare, notalgia paresthetica has often appeared in the literature, but under names such as pigmented pruritic patch, recurrent lichen simplex chronicus, or hereditary localized pruritus.
Radiographic evidence obtained from some of his patients suggests that, as with notalgia paresthetica, arthritic changes or disc protrusion correlate with the itchy area.